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Single Sided Fusible Warm Fleece 1 - 45" Wide - by the Yard

Single Sided Fusible Warm Fleece 1 - 45" Wide - by the Yard
US$ 7.95 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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45" Wide - by the Yard

Fuse some dimension into your sewing, quilting and crafting projects. One sided fusible keeps everything together, reducing time spent getting ready to sew or quilt. Simply lay the backing fabric over the fusible side and and with a quick 5 second touch of the iron, both layers are fused together for a soft, stable bond ready for sewing by hand or machine! You can sew without worry of gumming your needle, and it wont shrink or lose its shape, staying soft after years of washing! 45" wide 'Single Sided Fusible Warm Fleece 1' by The Warm Company. Sold by the yard.
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