:: Pellon 101 – Part 6 ::

This week we take a peek at Fusible Webs & Adhesives, the fabulous segment that brings us to the irresistible 805 Wonder-Under®. Seriously, how many fabulous-shirts, art quilts, play mats, etc… have you created using Wonder-Under®. Did you know that it was first introduced back in 1988? That’s 24 years of magic;).

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FUSIBLE WEBS & ADHESIVES
Fusible Webs feature a  steam heat-activated glue that will fuse fabric to fabric or any other porous surface such as cardboard or wood.  The bond created between the two surfaces allows for an easy, no-sew finish. New to the line are Pellon®’s laminates which are designed to offer a protective finish.

Paper-backed
Webs with a paper backing that can peeled off after initial fusing to reveal a second fusible side.

No Backing
Webs that have no backing and must be fused on both sides at once.

Laminates
Provides a protective finish to fabrics. Used for accessories, apparel and craft & home décor projects.

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Next week we’ll take a look at our final segment, Embroidery! In the meantime, we’d love to see some examples of what you’re creating with all of these products. Post what you make to our Facebook page:).

** Psssst. Thought you might like to know that at the end of this series, we’ll offer a free downloadable print out with all the information you’ll need to select the right Pellon® products for your projects!
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3 thoughts on “:: Pellon 101 – Part 6 ::

  1. Marilyn says:

    Thank you so much as I have never known which to use and neither do the clerks helping you. This will greatly help me produce better items.

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