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Fusible interfacing



The material Maureen and Michael mention is fusible interfacing, which
any fabric store is likely to have.  I can't promise that it's archival,
but I suppose something used for tailoring would  be reasonably acid-free!

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On Thu, 30 Nov 1995, Michael F. Copado wrote:

> Maureen,
> This may sound wierd, but there is some sort of product that
> seamstresses and people who sew use, to attach fabric appliques
> to other pieces of fabric. It's some sort of sheet of something
> that you put between the two pieces, then use a low temp. Iron.
> I've never tried the product in any capacity, but I don't see
> why it couldn't work...It also would be cheaper and easier to
> find then a product specifically tailored to the book arts.......
> I like to improvise wherever possible...
> Mike
>


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