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is a heat activated iron-on spandex fabric that bonds to most heat safe surfaces. Some of the features that make it unique are:
- Remains elastic when bonded to stretchable materials
- Completely smooth cut edges
- Can be painted or written on
- Washable in cold or warm water
- Can be sewn with a standard machine
- Usable in most laser and die cutters
With more to come!
We have three (3) sizes available
Wearing T-Shirts is an American way of making a statement or showing off our personal likes. Unfortunately, the cost of having a custom made t-shirt can often put them out of our reach. By buying a plain garment and using to imprint it can allow a person to rapidly and inexpensively make their statment.
One of the beauties of is that it can be sewn on a regular home machine, using regular thread and needles. This feature allows for ironing to a flat piece of material before sewing pieces together.
There is no longer a need to sew down or glue trims and edge bindings. allows for a completely smooth, seam free application with none of the rough edges that must be hidden when using adhesive backed woven fabrics.
One of the great features of is that it can be easily bonded to EVA foam. Because keeps its stretch the foam can then be heat shaped. When used can elimiate the need for paint or fillers. Because of EVA foams tendency to "Curl" and lose some volume when heated it does require some special treatments. Check our application requirements notice that is included with orders.
is not limited to use on fabrics. Any surface that is not heat sensitive for temperatures of 170 degrees Fahrenheit can be used with . Note that the two photos show it being used on a wooden box and a paper invitation.
allows for the use of paints and markers. For regular use a water base paint. For detail painting or staining use the vinyl coated . If the item is to be washed make sure the paint used is a fabric paint. Felt markers may transfer to parchment when heat is applied. So make this detailing the last thing done to the image.
Tips, Problems and Cures
Always...always...always use parchment over and under items that is being bonded to. The glue on becomes liquid when heat is applied and it seeps throughout the fabric. This feature allows for a accent to literally fuse into and become a part of the base fabric rather than just being... Continue reading our F.A.Q