Wonder Under Instructions?

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I just received a shipment of Wonder Under for fusing two fabrics
together.  The seller did not include instructions and I have never
used Wonder Under.  I need to know:  do I use a dry iron or steam?  How
long do I hold the iron on the fabric to fuse?
  TIA, Cheryl


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http://www.pellonideas.com/Product+Instructions/Wonder+Under+Instructions/613.aspx



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BEI Design wrote:
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http://www.pellonideas.com/Product+Instructions/Wonder+Under+Instructions/613.aspx
--- What BEI said--and Wonder Under* comes in different weights; even
the lightest weight will change the hand of the fabric, making it
stiff, so you might want to try making a sample, to see if it gives the
effect you desire.
                                                 Cea


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cea wrote:
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Sorry to have been so terse last night, about an hour after
dinner, I began to sweat, had serious vertigo, and ended up
kneeling at the porcelain alter.  Yuck!  Slept like c__p, too.
And I have to drive to the coast today.

I'll see how some tea and toast behaves, first.

Beverly



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I'm happy to report that the tea and toast stayed down, and the
trip to the coast with younger DD was a complete success.  Lovely
weather again, and the prints I hoped to have re-framed were done
perfectly this time.  Again, so sorry I was short last night, I
was feeling just awful.  All better now....  ;-)

Beverly



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BEI Design wrote:

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Glad you have recovered!

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Kate  XXXXXX  R.C.T.Q Madame Chef des Trolls
Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons
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Thanks!  There are very few thing I loath more than vomiting.  I
thought I was all done with that years ago...

Beverly



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BEI Design wrote:
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Were you testing some of those 1974 Weight Watchers recipes?

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Joanne
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No, not sure what caused it, but I about split a gut reading
those pages!  What were they thinkin'.....

Beverly



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BEI Design wrote:
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Come to think of it, it did seem more "50s" than "70s."  Back when
"convenience food" was a can of Campbell's condensed soup.
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Joanne
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BEI Design wrote:

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Oh dear, that's real misery.  Hope you're feeling much better now.

Doreen in Alabama

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I am, right as rain!  ;-)  Thanks,

Beverly, wondering where that expression comes from....



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BEI Design wrote:

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Sorry to reply to my own post, but curiosity got the best of me:

http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-rig1.htm

Beverly, lovin' the internet!



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Don't you just hate that?  My positively ancient instructions say to
place the rough side to your applique fabric (or whatever), place your
applique right side up, put a damp press cloth over over it, and press
for 5 seconds.  Then you peel off the backing, place it where you want
it, cover with a press cloth again and press for 10 seconds.  Try it out
first on a sample before using you regular fabric.  Good luck. :)

Phae

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