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Thread: can you iron fleece?

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    can you iron fleece?

    Want to use pellon on fleece and want to know if you can iron fleece? Seems read some where you couldn't.

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    It's usually made of polyester; I doubt I could tolerate the heat. How about basting spray to hold parts together til sewn?
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    I've ironed fleece before, using very low heat. I'd try a bit of the pellon on a scrap of fleece, to see if the two are compatible.
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    I've used wonder under on it. you can iron it, just go lightly like you would on any polyester.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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