This repositionable spray adhesive is clear, non-toxic, odorless, disappears in 2 to 5 days. Doesn't stain or gum up the needle. Repositionable, eliminates pinning patterns. Use for trial fitting of hems, darts, pockets, shoulder pads, embellishments and appliqueing. Great for quilt basting and securing templates. Even holds stencils in place while painting.
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I am highly allergic to smelly things & was hesitant to try this. It does not have an offensive odor. I quilt & have abandoned pins in favor of using this to baste my quilts. It is repositional & easily lifts to move layers if needed. Most imprortantly--it does not gum up serwing machine needle. great stuff--just costly
I love this spray adhesive! I use it for applique and machine embroidery...it doesn't gum up my needle and I can reposition easily...yes it is pricey and I only purchase with a coupon.
This stuff is great. I use it to hold applique's in place and great for embroidering if I don't want to hoop my fabric. It's costly though, I only buy with a coupon.
I use this spray to baste throw quilts and baby quilts and it works great. Saves tons of time and I don't have to worry about removing safety pins as I machine quilt. It's completely repositionable and doesn't gum up my needle at all. No noticeable odor either. I recommend carefully rolling up your backing and quilt top (separately) with the right side in. Then lay out the batting, spray it with the adhesive, then unroll the backing onto it, meticulously pressing out bubbles and creases as you go. Then turn the batting over and do the same with the quilt top.
I love this stuf I've use it on many fabrics. I make wrestling costume so I deal with fabrics that stretch and I never sew with out. It helps me make complex designs. I use this with all weight of spandex, lycra, pvc, pleather, satin lycra, panne. If it has any stretch to it I've used it. This is just a gift to holding fabrics together and it dosent gum up at all. And a trick if you get it on some type of pleather or pvc baby oil or will get it out.
I use it for sewing, and for hooping issues when doing machine embroidery. Always have a can in my sewing room.
I make multi fiber scarves using this product to hold fibers in place with a stablizer.It washes out. It really works great.