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Thread: steam-a-seam is BACK

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    steam-a-seam is BACK

    finally, they're back in production! haven't seen it in the stores yet but just got my order from Erica's Crafts, I have really missed that stuff, nothing else compares in my book.

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    I knew it was time, but I haven't seen it in any stores yet. Nothing else is as good.

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    I too was thrilled to hear about their comeback. I still have some of the older stuff (not the newer older stuff which is not so good but the older older stuff - the original) but I will be buying some when I come across it.

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    What do you use it for? Applique?
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    I too am always looking for ideas for using S-a-S. Are there other uses besides applique?
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    It has been back since early fall. The demand is high and shops are selling through . I am on a waiting list myself.

    it comes in rolls of strips. Hem pants! Use it for binding. Any project that needs to be fused.

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    My quilt shop just sent me a text message she will have it in again next week.

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    I can't wait until I get some locally. The Pellon stuff I bought is awful!
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    I am working on a project right now using it. I am cutting out snowflakes. I dug thru my stash and pulled out 8 pkgs that were all partly used. I am now out of Steam a Seam. I had just enough for my project. I had some of the older kind, and the not quite as old kind I like the original paper better. Hopefully I can find some soon. I don't like the Pellon kind at all.

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    But watch! Pelion has put out one called very similar called EZ steam II. and it is nothing like the superior steam a seam II

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlynmartin View Post
    But watch! Pelion has put out one called very similar called EZ steam II. and it is nothing like the superior steam a seam II
    That's what I bought and you can't peel the paper off. It almost ruined my project. Can't wait to get the good stuf!
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