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Fat Goddess Sheet - Non-Stick Thermal Sheet - 21" x 27"

Fat Goddess Sheet - Non-Stick Thermal Sheet - 21" x 27"
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21" x 27"

The Goddess Sheet is sure to become your indispensable fusing tool. It combines a slick Teflon coated sheer fiberglass - for a long-lasting, nonstick transparent sheet that puts a helpful glossy sheen on fused surfaces. The Goddess Curve is there to help you dedicate one side of the sheet to your iron only and the other side to contact with fusible. The glossy sheen is there to make it obvious which side of your fabric has the Mistyfuse on it (since with Mistyfuse it can be hard to tell!) Designed to be used with fusible, the Goddess Sheet is also suitable for all types of crafts. With just basic care, it will last a long time and your iron will stay fuse-free and clean. Fat Goddess Sheet TM, nonstick thermal sheet that shows which side is up, package includes one reusable 21" x 27" sheet.

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