Freezer Paper - Plastic Coated

Freezer Paper - Plastic Coated

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Freezer Paper - Plastic Coated
This kind of paper is very similar to Parchment paper (or paper used by the butcher) but with only one plastified surface. It's a white sheet with a waxed side that melts and becomes adhesive with the high temperatures of an iron. Ideal for all techniques and uses, perfect for quilting templates, appliqué or stencils. Lightly sticks to the fabric when using a hot iron.
Price is for one package containing a 50 squared feet roll (about 4.64m²) that is about 12,10 mt. x 381 mm.
UPC/EAN: 010900003902

[ACCREY-GBN00390-12 #95433]
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Marlene Pérez Friday 03 July, 2015

Hi, I'm trying to ch and if I'm using q product can be laminated fabric? ?? Thanks espero his answer, I find his great store !!! I'm ready to make my order !!! Thanks again
Hello dear Marlene :-) This area is not dedicated to questions about the products, but the "Comments ", ie to your opinions and considerations on the purchased products. For this, please, in the future, if you have questions of this type, always contact us at our email address: [email protected] As for your request, the product you are looking for does not this, but what you can find by clicking here:
-heat-n-bond-iron-on-vinyl.html that, for the moment, we are waiting for from our American supplier . We have also been arriving one even Freudenberg, available both glossy, matte both: by the end of the month we will have it. Best wishes :-)
CasaCenina Staff

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
stefania campagnuolo Friday 18 October, 2013

I did not understand what good ..I aid? stefania countryman
Hello dear Stefania :-) The Freezer Paper essentially a laminated card on the one hand and much used in particular to make the 'appliqu in patchwork, but also in any application of creative sewing, because - in fact - with the stiri the plastic part on the back of a fabric (also pre-cut in a shape you like, at heart, a flower, or more, for example) and you'll find yourself with that stuff, as if this was "spread " on the back a plastic itself and, therefore, you can then apply it with iron wherever you like :-) We hope to be explained ... But if you have any other questions, do not hesitate to contact us at our address [email protected] Best wishes!
CasaCenina Staff

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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