A paperbacked adhesive web that turns any fabric into a fusible fabric. The backing paper is often called "release paper.” It can be used to fuse fabric to fabric or to a porous surface such as wood or cardboard. It must be ironed to adhere it to fabric. You can also fuse other fibers to it...
A fast-setting, all-purpose white glue that works well on porous and semi-porous surfaces such as paper, wood, ceramics, ribbon, dried or silk flowers and beads. Great for decorative fabric art, it is clear drying, flexible, and non-toxic.
A tacky film that allows you to stick fabric or paper in one place and then move it without harming the substance, usually paper, underneath. Comes in tape, dots, spray, etc.
A white, water-soluble glue good for most mixed-media projects. It dries transparent.