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  • WonderUnder®

    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...
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
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  • Sandwich

    Two or more fabrics or fibers stitched on top of each other. For example, two pieces of fabric with batting in between, or a piece of felt stitched or fused to another fabric.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
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  • Raw-edge appliqué

    Stitching or fusing one piece of fabric to another without turning the edges under.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 9 Sep 2009
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  • Angelina®

    Fine, glossy synthetic fibers that melt and fuse when heat is applied. Angelina comes in a wide variety of iridescent colors and can be stitched, fused with other fibers, or impressed with a rubber stamp and a warm iron.
    Posted to Glossary by Barbara Delaney on 8 Sep 2009
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