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Old 09-28-2018, 06:40 AM
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I am so excited to try this. Watch the video http://store.thequiltshow.com/Quilte...noti-ffuse.htm
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I saw this product advertised recently. I wonder how you get the powder only where you want it? Seems risky to use for applique.
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Old 09-28-2018, 06:51 AM
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Don't think I would like to iron an entire quilt with it, it would get soooooo wrinkled ; just my opinion though. I'll stick with 505.
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Hmmm!! Interesting. I'm looking forward to the other uses for it and for the recommendations from y'all.
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:13 AM
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It must be similar to this product. I think it would be great for small things like applique, etc. Not sure about a whole quilt.

https://www.bonashstore.com/store/p2...arter_Kit.html
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​I watched it but will be waiting for more reviews. It is $20 and she said it would do 1 quilt. She also said it does not wash out so what does the quilt feel like after?
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I ordered some. It will be amazing for binding and fuse applique. I have liked all the Quilter's Select products. They are quality and do exactly what they made for.
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​I watched it but will be waiting for more reviews. It is $20 and she said it would do 1 quilt. She also said it does not wash out so what does the quilt feel like after?
She said it becomes very supple and nice feeling. I like that it is the texture of salt so no powder everywhere.
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Seems like a lot of work for a big quilt. Might be OK for a wall hanging. I'll stick with 505, though.

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I have similar to this, got it years ago from Betterware, l used it for putting fabric behind torn school trousers. I have two boys and there was hardly a day went by, without one of them tearing some part of their clothing. It was great, forgot I had it must see if it still works ��
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