Be sure to put Baking Paper on your Ironing board and under the Iron to prevent wot ever you are using from sticking and messing up your Board and Iron Hugs Ursula
Thank you great advice!
I so agree about reading the directions. Do NOT glide your iron across the fabric to attach/melt. Place in one spot, count about 5-7 seconds, lift completely, move to next adjacent spot. Think of up and down, not across.
I also like the Heat n Bond Light. Be sure you read the directions re heat, steam, damp cloth, etc. Are you planning to 1.embroider your design on a piece of bonded fabric and then iron/press it to your finished product or are you going to 2.embroider your design, cut it out and bond it to a finished project? I ask because if you are doing the first remember all the stitches on the back will cover most of the Heat n Bond . Good luck.
Thank you! I think I will be doing # 2.
They are a bit different - I used Wonder Under a long time ago (when doing the puffy paint things with "applique" and now use nothing but Heat N Bond Lite for Machine Embroidery. I don't know who Wonder Under would be on Embroidery because I never tri
Thanks. I have some of the Wonder Under from years ago. I remember it was pretty stiff using for applique. I just bought some Heat n Bond Lite.
If I remember correctly, Wonder Under was designed in the heady days of heirloom sewing. Heat n Bond and Heat n Bond Lite were designed for machine embroidery. Excellect products, these last two! Have fun.
Thanks, I am going to use the lite. I do have some Heat n bond for vinyl from years ago. Not sure what I will use it for but I have it and that is what is important, LOL.