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Stitch Witchery is a fusible web for binding fabric together
without stitching. Using Stitch Witchery makes fusing trims and fabrics onto
different surfaces so much easier. Stitch Witchery is also a quick and
stitch-less way of hemming draperies and clothing. Discover for yourself the
virtually unlimited uses for Stitch Witchery in your craft, fashion and home
Stitch Witchery can be used to help create bed canopies,
window shades, decorative pillows, bedside table covers, lampshades, band boxes,
folding screens, mirror and picture frames and chair cushions. Other ideas that
can be realized with Stitch Witchery are kitchen towels, appliance covers,
potholders, napkins, placemats, denim jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts and much
Before using Stitch Witchery, be sure to test it on a scrap
of fabric. Preshrink fabrics and trimmings prior to using Stitch Witchery.
How to Use Stitch Witchery
Cut Stitch Witchery to the desired size and place between
the layers you want to bond together. Be sure all of the edges of Stitch
Witchery are completely covered and do not appear on the pressing surface.
Cover with a lightweight, dry press cloth.
Steam press on the iron's wool setting.
Press firmly for 10-12 seconds. Do not glide the iron
back and forth.
Turn the pieces over and repeat the process on the other
side of the fabric to achieve the securest bond.
Allow the fabric to cool before handling. Check adhesion
by lifting one edge.