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Thread: Fusible web on a spool?

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    Super Member mpeters1200's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    Omaha, NE
    When I was at a shop this weekend, Roben showed me this Steam a Seam 2 on a spool.

    Have any of you guys seen that before? I never have. It works just like wunder under and stuff, but instead of a big sheet, you get a really long strip wrapped around a spool like ribbon. It looked about 1/4" wide. She showed me how to use just that little bit on the outer edge of my applique, press on, then applique around. I would have never thought of that. Here I was so happy because I got a square yard of wunder under or pelon for .87.

    So, when I came home and made my blocks Saturday night and yesterday, I cut my big square yard of stuff down to thin strips and it worked great!

    Just thought I would pass that on. It may be well worth it to get the spool next time though. It's hard to keep the big sheet rolled without the webbing coming off.


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    Nov 2008
    If it's what I'm thinking of, it's commonly used to help with binding.

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