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Vilene Bondaweb iron on transfer adhesive, 1.2m x 17.5cm
Bondaweb by Vilene is a versatile iron-on transfer adhesive. It bonds fabrics permanently together quickly and easily, making ideal for creating motifs, applique, mending holes, repairing tears and creating button holes. Bondaweb is also washable after use.
Simply trace your design onto the paper side of the Bondaweb, place adhesive side down and iron on. Next, cut out the design and peel off the backing paper. Finally, lay the design onto the backing fabric and iron again - voila, your design is firmly stuck on!
We sell Bondaweb by the packet, each packet contains a 1.2m x 17.5cm piece of ready to use Bondaweb, full instructions are given on the packet.
UK: This item will be sent via Royal Mail first class, estimated delivery time 1-3 days.
Europe: This item will be sent via Royal Mail Airmail, estimated delivery time 3-5 days.
Rest of world: This item will be sent via Royal Mail Airmail, estimated delivery time 5-7 days.
I have only ever used this for dressmaking and am delighted to find that it is available in sheets for use when doing applique work. It will open up all sorts of opportunities for me now.
This is a very handy width, much easier to manage than the wider width off the roll. The paper peels off easily but the web does not come away from the paper backing when in storage. I find very little wastage.
This stuff is great for applique to fabrics, I could not be without it.
Excellent delivery service.
This is a very convenient way of purchasing bonding web. The width of the strip allows you cover quite a big area but is not so wide as to cause the webbing to lift away from the paper which has happened to me several times. I buy this size because I prefer it.
Excellent. Fast delivery and as described.
It wasn't as wide as I wanted. My fault as I still work in inches. The bondaweb I purchased will no doubt come in handy sometime but not what I wanted it for.