Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Have you tried this????

IMG_1596

IMG_1597

IMG_1599

IMG_1600

I use ion on wadding, which is fantastic…..but I always have heaps of leftover bits and pieces…too good to throw out…..last time we were at Cottage On the Hill, Kerry had some of this amazing stuff “Heat Press” Batting together..  which joins together all those bits…I used it on the weekend it was fantastic…so now I can use all those smaller pieces of batting….

Happy Wednesday, take care, keep safe

Peg

"If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can't, you're right."

18 comments:

  1. That looks like great stuff. I went to the other site. Does she have a store that you bought this from? marlaruthnelson@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. Looks interesting,never heard of it so,I will have to investigate as I have a couple of bags of wadding that could be useable if I use this to put them together,thanks for the heads up :) Barb.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thanks for showing us this product Peg. I spent some time on the floor at the weekend stitching two pieces together - need I say more!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks for reminding me about that stuff Peg. Bought a roll possibly 2 years back & keep forgetting it's in the cupboard. Hugs,

    ReplyDelete
  5. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  6. what a great idea Peg,thankyou for the tip.xx

    ReplyDelete
  7. Thanks Peg for showing us this Product it looks Great Just what I need....must call Kerry for some.
    Cheers
    xx

    ReplyDelete
  8. What a great idea Peg. Didn't know it existed. Will have to hunt some down now.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Thanks Peg... sounds like a much better way to join pieces than zig-zagging.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I usually sew my scraps together but this would probably be easier. I'll have to get some and give it a try!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Haven't heard of that stuff Peg - a lot quicker than sewing the pieces together.

    ReplyDelete
  12. I, too, am a recent convert to the batting tape. A most excellent alternative to zig zagging batting scraps together, which always stretched and altered the next flat batting into ripples ;(
    One tip I would offer is overlap your batting bits just a hair and rotary cut a clean joint (removing the slivers above and below the joint) and you will find it is almost indiscernible.
    I have gotten into the habit of joining scraps as soon as I get remnants. I keep adding until I have a piece I can use!

    ReplyDelete
  13. I have always just stitched my left over batting together using a zigzag stitch, but if youswear by this stuff them maybe I need to go shopping and buy some...and some fabric...and gadgets...and patterns...and chocolate...

    ReplyDelete
  14. Thanks Peg....I have some and haven't tried it yet........looks easy.....

    ReplyDelete
  15. What a great product Peg, & as you say perfect for piecing together those bits that are too good to get rid of.

    ReplyDelete
  16. have been thinking of giving it a try but not wanting to spend the money in case it's rubbish!!! Now I know!!!!.....I usually just butt the edges together and zigzag!!! :D
    Might look at the craft show in Townsville today! Thanks sweety for the review!
    xox big sugary hugs
    Wendy :O)

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg