JAIC 2005, Volume 44, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 27 to 38)
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JAIC 2005, Volume 44, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 27 to 38)

THE EFFECTS OF LIGHT EXPOSURE AND HEAT-AGING ON SELECTED QUILTING PRODUCTS CONTAINING ADHESIVES

Janet Evenson, & Patricia Cox Crews




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SOURCES OF MATERIALS

505 Spray and Fix

JT Trading 3 Simm Lane Newtown, Conn. 06470 (203) 270-7744 fax: (203) 270-8746 www.sprayandfix.com

Sulky KK2000

Sulky of America 3113 Broadpoint Dr. Punta Gorda, Fla. 33983 (800) 874-4115 fax: (941) 743-4634 www.sulky.com

Sullivans Quilt-Basting Spray

Sullivans USA 4341 Middaugh Ave. Downers Grove, Ill. 60515 (800) 862-8586 www.sullivans.net/usa/default.htm

HeatnBond

Therm O Web 770 Glenn Ave. Wheeling, Ill. 60090 (800) 323-0799 (847) 520-5200 fax: (847) 520-0025 www.thermoweb.com

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HTC-Handler Textile Corp. 1717 Lilton Dr. Stone Mountain, Ga. 30083 (770) 938-7014 Fax: (770) 938-7018 htcann@aol.comwww.htc-handler.com

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Pellon Consumer Products Division Freudenberg Nonwovens 3440 Industrial Dr. Durham, N.C. 27704 (800) 223-5275 fax: (908) 387-0152 www.pellonideas.com

Hobbs Heirloom 80% Cotton/20% Polyester Blend Fusible Batting, Hobbs Heirloom Bleached 100% Cotton Batting

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June Tailor Low Loft Fusible Batting

June Tailor P.O. Box 208 2861 Highway 175 Richfield, Wisc. 53076 (800) 844-5400 (262) 644-5288 fax: (800) 246-1573, (262) 644-5061 www.junetailor.com/fusablebatting.htm

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AUTHOR INFORMATION

JANET EVENSON holds an MS in textile science from the University of Georgia and a PhD from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with a specialization in textiles and a minor in museum studies. She is an assistant professor at Western Illinois University, where she teaches textile science courses. Address: 142 Knoblauch Hall, 1 University Circle, Macomb, Ill. 61455; j-evenson@wiu.edu

PATRICIA COX CREWS is Willa Cather Professor of Textiles, Department of Textiles, Clothing, and Design, and director of the International Quilt Study Center at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL). She has more than 20 years of research experience pertaining to the performance properties of textile materials. She teaches care and conservation of textile collections and textile history at UNL. Address: 204 HE Building, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Lincoln, Neb. 68583-0802; pcrews@unl.edu


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