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Steam-A-Seam 2 Lite - Double Stick Fusible Web - 18" WIDE

Steam-A-Seam 2 Lite - Double Stick Fusible Web - 18" WIDE
US$ 8.25 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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US$8.25

Light Weight - Sold by the Yard

Lite Steam-A-Seam fusible web makes no-sew projects uniquely easy as is ideal for sheer & lightweight fabrics. Just trace your design on the gridded backing paper, stick, cut, peel and press! The tacky coating on both sides holds the applique temporarily in place and is repositionable so you can position your work before ironing. Once ironed, the bond is permanent and can be sewn without gumming your needle. Steam-A-Seam can be machine washed and dried and is dry-cleanable for easy care. (The manufacturer does not recommend drying with a dryer sheet. ) Please order in 1 yard increments. By the Warm Company and made in the USA. Steam-A-Seam 2 - Double Stick - LITE, 18" wide, sold by the yard.
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