Category
 Embroidery Threads
 Needles
 Bobbin Threads
 Stabilizers
 Scissors
 Spray Products
 Other Supplies
 Pellon/ Wadding/ Batting
 Starter's Kits
 Theme Packs
 Kenny Kreations Designs
 Hatched In Africa Designs
 Specials
 
Tell A Friend
 
Tell someone you know about this product.

\\\
 

Shipping Charges, Secure Online Payment System

and Our Guarantee
- please click Ordering page.

What do Marathon thread clients say?-

"I have dealt with Shin Woo for many years. They have always had a very comprehensive range of colours at very competitive prices to meet all our needs. Their service and ...

more testimonials..

 

TIPS and suggestions -

to help give you some good pointers on how to produce a great design....

Tips - from Marathon Threads Canada

Tips - BEST embroidery information ever

Guidelines for using Stabilizers

Choosing the right needles

Guidelines for using Metallic Threads

Patchwork piecing in the hoop

Making free standing lace

Creating beautiful cutwork

Creating applique blocks in the hoop

What products are best to use to applique stretch cut-out designs onto stretch lycra?

Storing and caring for your threads

Conversion charts available on request.

 

- Marathon Viscose Rayon  to Marathon Polyester

- Madeira to Marathon

- RA to Marathon

- Sulky to Marathon

- Isacord to Marathon

- Kingstar to Marathon

- Brother to Marathon

- Janome to Marathon

We can convert your threads colours from other thread brands (80+) to Marathon

Vliesofix (Bondaweb) 30cm x 1m $4.40

Vliesofix (Bondaweb)  30cm x 1m - $4.40 (GST inc.)

 

Vliesofix, also known as Bondaweb, is a paper-backed, double-sided adhesive web, used mainly for fixing in place fabric for applique.

It can be used with almost all fabrics, raffia, cardboard and (at lower temperatures) leather, is washable in temperatures of up to 60 °C, and dry cleanable.



How to use Vliesofix:

  1. Trace the outline of the shape onto a piece of vliesofix and cut out.
  2. Position on the back of your fabric (rough side down), ensuring that there are no creases in the fabric.
  3. Iron the paper & fabric using a medium-hot iron (60°C maximum), without steam, for about 5 seconds. Make sure your iron is not to hot for the fabric you’ve chosen.
  4. Cut out the shape and peel the paper from the back of your fabric.
  5. Iron the item you are applying applique to.
  6. Position your fabric shape onto it, coated side down and iron on.
    The manufacturers’ instructions suggest that you use a damp cloth between the iron and fabric, but I’ve had good results without this.
  7. Leave flat for about 20 minutes, allowing the glue to set properly.
  8. Now, sew around the shape either by hand or machine, and you’re done


 

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 15 November, 2010.
Reviews