Threads & June Tailor Printable Fabric Review + Elna Machine Giveaway
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As many with hobbies know finding well price and high quality items is essential in keeping up with a hobby without breaking the bank. Sewingpartsonline has been around since 2008 but its business owners had another branch and decided to venture into sewing products. They care about having great products, high quality service and always a smile on hand. As they continue to grow so do the products available on their page.
Initially they were limited in sewing machines and parts. As the years and their business grow they increase the inventory available always making sure to have the best on hand. They have also expanded their accommodating hand to include videos, tutorials that will benefit anyone visiting their page. I saw a few of their videos and they are concise and helpful to beginners or expert sewer. They are based here in the U.S. which makes shipping faster and also give to charities like Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross and so many more.
I received the June Tailor Quick Fuse Printable fabric and used the brand’s purple chimp helpful site to look at videos and other projects. This is great to make shirts with your own design. This weekend I will be making a funny shirt for my husband, pretty much printing a meme. I printed for my daughter small fisher price puppies to fuse onto plain shorts to turn those plain shorts into something cute for her. She would randomly stop to look down at her shorts and touching them. The key here is definitely trimming very carefully and of course practicing once on plain paper to make sure the image prints at the quality and size you want. I also received the Threads Cotton Popplin Printable Fabric which was my favorite. I printed a photo of Nicki Minaj as I know someone who is a fan. The material can be sewn and is like the quality of a canvas bag in thinness but softer. The ink transferred on very well and the material was nice and soft. I liked that this one didn’t require heat and can be sewn to make photo quilts, pillows or in my case a small bag. This will make a great makeup wallet for my special friend. You can wash both types of material although the fusible needs to be washed only in cold water as it is more sensitive. The threads cotton one is the full fabric square so it is more high quality and attached by sewing so it will stand a wash more. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or their cool videos on YouTube. You can find the Threads fabric on their homepage for $10.99 and the June Tailor Fusible on the same for $11.42 with free shipping on purchases over $75 in the U.S.
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