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Fast 2 Fuse Light Interfacing - 20" Wide

Fast 2 Fuse Light Interfacing - 20" Wide
US$ 9.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$4.98

Double-Sided Fusible Stiff Interfacing

This great product has two sides of fusible plus stiff interfacing in one product. It won't stretch or tear. Use this easy to cut, mark and sew product for purse sides and bottoms, bowls, boxes, costume ears, collars, wings and tails and much more. General directions: 1. Draw or trace shapes on fast2fuse and cut out. Cut fabric pieces 1/2" larger than fast2fuse. 2. Place non-stick pressing sheet on ironing board, place fast2fuse on top. Place fabric right side up on top of fast2fuse and press with a hot, dry iron for 5 seconds. Trim fabric edges even with fast2fuse. 3. Turn project over and place second piece of fabric on top of the fast2fuse. Press with a hot, dry iron for 5 seconds. Trim second piece of fabric even with fast2fuse. 4. Press firmly with a hot iron and steam for 10 seconds to permanently fuse fabric to fast2fuse. Turn project over and press firmly with hot iron and steam for 10 seconds to permanently fuse the second piece of fabric to the fast2fuse. Projects made with fast2fuse can be machine washed in cold water, and tumbled dry on low heat.20" wide 'Fast 2 Fuse Light' Interfacing, double-sided and fusible, sold by the yard.
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