A question a fusible bonding

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Hey all,


What would you do in my situation?

I am working on a childrens item that will need to stand up to alot of
wear and tear. I am applique'ing 100% cotton onto minky (100% poleyster)
the minky cannot be ironed. Do you think quilting spray is fine or do
you still recommend some sort of visoflex?


please help.

Thank you




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Re: A question a fusible bonding
On 29/05/2011 12:49, Craftymum wrote:
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There is a cooler iron low melt point Bondaweb Wunder-Under product that
might suit if you really want it, but I would say that if you use a
spray base, stitch the pieces down really well round the edges, and use
some pattern of quilting across the pieces as well, it should be fine
for many washes.

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