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Pellon® 830 Easy Pattern®, White, 45" width, by-the-yard

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Pellon® 830 Easy Pattern® is a lightweight but strong non-fusible, nonwoven interfacing that is designed for use in pattern drafting and tracing. It is perfect for altering, duplicating, and tracing patterns. It is ink jet printer safe, making it ideal for printing pattern pieces for extended use.


60% Polyester/40% Viscose
Best used for pattern creation, duplication and alteration
Sewing machine safe
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Pellon® 830 Easy Pattern® is a lightweight but strong non-fusible, nonwoven interfacing that is designed for use in pattern drafting and tracing. It is perfect for altering, duplicating, and tracing patterns. It is ink jet printer safe, making it ideal for printing pattern pieces for extended use.


60% Polyester/40% Viscose
Best used for pattern creation, duplication and alteration
Sewing machine safe
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Pellon® 830 Easy Pattern®, White, 45" width, by-the-yard is rated 3.625 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must have for saving patterns! I bought this by the bolt at another site, was on sale at the time because I buy vintage patterns. I need to trace all sizes and all the patterns as they are no longer produced. This has been a life saver as I was considering butcher paper at one time. I realize that if you only need a small amount the price may be high but patterns are expensive even old ones, so look for a sale and save your patterns.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Pattern Drafting I by this locally when it is on sale and I buy it by the bolt of 25 yards per bolt. I also use this not just for pattern drafting, I use it to make templates for centering clear vinyl onto another piece of vinyl. Saves me time and makes the jobs easier.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! I love this product. It's sad that it is getting a bad rap because of the price. Yes 50 yard is a lot but once you start tracing patterns 50 doesn't really seam to last long enough (especially when you are using it to make extra long/tall patterns like me). It's easy to use. It sews well. And can even be reused.
Date published: 2011-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Disappointed I asked a fabric assistant for pattern material, or pattern tracing fabric, or Do Sew, which is what we bought at Stretch & Sew. They had no clue and showed me the fusible interfacing. You can buy 10 yards at Stretch & Sew on line, I just got mine! A former Stretch & Sew teacher :o)
Date published: 2010-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Saves money They don't sell this by the yard online, however, I found it in the store and could buy it by the yard for I think $1.99. They make pattern paper so thin that it really can't be used more than once. I find this product to save money in that I can just place it over the pattern and use a Sharpie to trace the size I need. Plus, if it's the wrong size, I just trace another without having to buy a new pattern--plus it allows my mother and I to share patterns since we can trace our own sizes. It does add some time to the project overall, but it's worth it in the long run! You can even it use to sew a mock up, but it's a little stiff, so I prefer using plain muslin for that.
Date published: 2009-07-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Internet If the price is too high, it is because it is a bulk price, I went online and found it in 5 yd sections. Hey it beats having a bad review, for a great product.
Date published: 2008-11-02
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Cost Effective Sharon, I agree...I can't even afford this paper and I don't need much of it!
Date published: 2008-07-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cost Efective? I don't think too many People can aford this product. We're sewing to save this should be sold in smaller yardage say 10 yards not 50 At $84.00 who can aford that??????????????
Date published: 2008-03-17