HeatnBond is one very happy family of fabric adhesives

If you’ve used any of the HeatnBond products you’ll know how important they are in your sewing adventures. The sewing is easier and the finished results last a lifetime. Join us this week to explore other HeatnBond products you might not know about or have not yet used before to see what’s possible with them.

If instead, you’re new to the HeatnBond products, I’m so glad you’ll join us next week for the in-depth tutorials for the products that follow.

HeatnBond is one very happy family of fabric adhesives and long arm quilter Robin Bogaert of quiltingintheloft.com will tell you all about it! Heatnbond has more adhesive and stabilizer products than those I listed below, but this is a great start. See more HeatnBond thermo-adhesives and stabilizers products.

The happy HeatnBond family: Feather Lite, Pressing Paper, EZ Print Lite, SpraynBond, StitchnSew, Basting Adhesives, Iron-on Vinyl

Robin is sharing a week-long tutorial for each HeatnBond product making adorable bibs with applique options. Get the free bib pattern and applique shapes during her tutorials!

Bibs made ‘cute’ with applique using HeatnBond Feather Lite

Robin will also delve in sewing using vinyl. A very useful material for projects like craft pouches, totes, placemats, and book covers.

Another useful tutorial this week on how to work with vinyl.

Later in the week, Robin shows how to use SpraynBond and StitchnSew, and how it makes sewing life SO much easier.

StitchnSew EZ Quilt Block Sheets provide support and are easily removed by tearing away, up to the stitches, without distorting the embroidery. Tear-Away Perforated is soft and gentle against the skin. Print directly on the material to easily design quilt blocks!

Join us for the details the week of April 8 – 12 and join the fun!

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Diane H May 1, 2019 - 10:40 am
Fabulous informatioin on Heat N Bond. So many uses.
Peggy Gibbs April 5, 2019 - 5:55 pm
I use Heat n Bond for my sewing.
Joanne April 3, 2019 - 9:10 am
Do you have any sources for Heat N Bond Featherlite in New England? I have been looking for this but can't find a source.
Carla A. Canonico April 4, 2019 - 12:32 pm
Hi Joanne, you can find HeatnBond products at Fabric Place Basement, Natick, MA, 508-655-2000, https://www.fabricplacebasement.com
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