Temporary Adhesive Spray For Sewing

Hello! Today I would like to tell you about my new assistant, my secret weapon is 505 – Glue Spray Temporary Fixation For Fabric. I like him very much! You may have seen him in my previous video, if not, the link is here. I do not know how I lived without him before! So this spray is perfect for fabric, patchwork, patterns, ribbons, felt, stabilizer for embroidery and jeans. It is non-toxic, almost odorless, and does not stain fabric. You can spray it on the wall, on the floor, or on the table. Use only in well ventilated area. BE CAREFULLY FLAMMABLE !!!! Cover the area around to protect surfaces from aerosol. For big projects, I like to use old sheets, which can be easily washed when it becomes sticky. For small projects the work area can be covered with a newspaper. Put the item face down, shake the can well and spray at a distance of about 30 cm from the surface.

Glue spray very well fixes the part in place, and it does not shift during sewing. No more pins or basting. Glue does not stick to the sewing needle. Glued parts can be easily detached from each other, glue spray is completely washed off with water. Yes, you probably already guessed It is ideal for assembling the pages of a development book. See: Here are my two pages, completely finished, now they need to be connected to each other. A master class for both of these pages can be found in the description below the video. Between these two pages I will lay synthetic batting. I cut it out a bit more than the development book page. My batting is pretty voluminous, I’m going to iron it to make it thinner and stiffer. I put the first batting, on top of the baking paper, and ironed.

Then turn it over and iron it again. Hot iron melts synthetic wadding fibers, therefore, it becomes thinner and harder. Now I spray the back side of the pages. First glue one page, starting from the center of the part to the edges, smooth out all folds. If there are wrinkles, peel off the part and stick again. Cut off the excess batting. Now attach another page, paste from top to bottom. Smooth all the bubbles and creases. That’s all! The page can be processed by the bake. Master class on edging pages of a development book You can find in the description below the video. So let’s summarize. Glue spray for temporary fixation of tissue, its pros and cons. Let’s start with the pros: Work with him quickly and easily! No more pins or basting by hand. You can easily peel off the part if necessary. During sewing, you no longer need to remove pins, basting, or masking tape. Glue is easily washed off with water after work. Now the cons: It is important to use the spray only in a well-ventilated area! Spray is very sticky, avoid them on your desktop, mat for cutting, ironing board or other surfaces.

Some Tips for Perfect Pressing

Tip 1: as a rule, it’s a good idea to test your iron’s heat on a swatch before you press your garment to make sure your fabric won’t burn.

Tip 2: while sewing, press don’t iron press up and down not side to side or your fabric might stretch and distort. If you use an ironing motion, iron on the length of grain not sideways or on the bias.

Tip 3:for stubborn wrinkles, mix 1 part vinegar to three parts water, spray and let sit for one minute then press repeat as necessary until the wrinkles release.

Tip 4: to press between buttons on your favorite button up use a clean hair straightener.

Tip 5: use glass head pins they won’t melt with heat.

Sew a Plain Seam

A plain seam is the most common types of seam for sewing. We use the plain seam to connect one piece of fabric to another. We also use the plain seam for hemming pants or shirts. How to Sew a Plain Seam First, place the fabric with right sides toward each other and wrong sides opposite from one another.

Lift the needle up and also the foot needs to lift it up and you place the fabric under the foot begin by sewing slowly and make sure you press the reverse button to give a back stitch okay and then continue sewing then the back stitch again at the end you pull it forward always pull it forward and then use the snippers to snip it and again make sure you snip all the thread away okay so this is a plain seam and this is how you sew a plain seam I hope you enjoy sewing, I’m Rose and you can design anything!.

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