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Monday, June 14, 2021

It's a Game changer!

You know that feeling when a new product hits the market, and you get so excited? 


 Well, prepare to be dazzled, because "Thermoweb" has opened "Pandora's" box with their new


 You can turn any fabric you can iron, into a water resistant/proof fabric, that's perfect for outdoor decorating.

This "Patriotic Windsock Flag" is a fun way to kick up decorating your yard or garden. Best yet it's quick and easy to cut out the appliques with "Crafter's Edge" Star set and Alphabet dies, along with the Crossover II machine. 


Using  these Thermoweb products, you will have your colors flying in no time.

HeatNBond®Lite fusible web

HeatNBond®Light-Weight Fusible Interfacing

ThermOWeb Pressing Paper

HeatNBond Liquid Vinyl

This new "Liquid Vinyl" paints on with a soft bristle or foam brush and easily cleans up with water. Once it is dried on your fabric, you will have an oilcloth type finish that remains pliable. Just imagine all the fun outdoor decorating projects you can make.


When it's dry, the water beads right up!


Most of you who know me, know that my yard is a bit crazy. What can I say?
:-)


 My toilet planters are planted and my flag is flying.

Oh and did I mention...

this flag is reversible, too!

You can check out my tutorial and free pattern on the Thermoweb blog
HERE


A big thanks to Thermoweb and Crafter's Edge.
You make life so easy!


til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'

9 comments:

  1. This is the first I've heard of the liquid Vinyl. I need to try it out!

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  2. Thanks for keeping us current! I had no idea but it makes sense. I wonder what took them so long? LOL My projects are a little overwhelming at this time but I sure plan to try it out. Maybe by fall? Love your flag and toilets!

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  3. Great project, Joan!! Thanks for the introduction to the liquid vinyl product!! So excited. I'll be ordering some to give it a try!! I was just thinking this morning of making some market totes, but wanted to make them with vinyl fabric. This will make pretty fabric vinyl!! LOL

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  4. Love your flag. I could think of lots of ideas for using the liquid vinyl. Does the product mention anything about colors fading outdoors? I like that it's waterproof and stays pliable, but in the New Mexico sun, stuff fades here and I would worry about fading. I guess you will have to report back to see how well your flag colors hold up outside Joan. I know there is a product called Odicoat for painting on fabric too, but never tried that one. Sounds like Liquid Vinyl is something to try. If I like it, I will be telling all my bag making friends online as they would love it too if it works well on bags.

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  5. FYI: Joan your link to the Liquid Vinyl and to the tutorial are not active links.

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  6. Looks like a fun product! Lots of uses I am sure.

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  7. It is always interesting to see a new product on the market. With a little imagination I can see a lot of projects in the works. Thanks for the great demo!

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  8. Where did you find the neat horizontal hangers for the flags???? Please and Thanks,
    Karen

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