Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Permanent Fabric Adhesive

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Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Permanent Fabric Adhesive offers fabric crafters and fashion artists an easy alternative to a needle and thread! This clear, water-based adhesive is nontoxic, non-stringing and machine washable, creating a permanent bond between fabrics and other embellishments, wash after wash. In addition to its super strong adhesive qualities, one of the BEST benefits Fabric Fusion offers is that it stays flexible even after being washed; no need to worry about stiff, uncomfortable fabrics!

From clothing to crafting, trust your fabric projects with Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Permanent Fabric Adhesive.

Fabric Fusion is formulated to adhere fabric to a variety of surfaces and embellishments, including:

* nearly every type of fabric

* pompoms

* glass and acrylic rhinestones

* plastic sequins

* beads

* light and heavy trims

Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® is available in 8-oz. and 4-oz. bottles, and a 2-oz. bottle with a needlenose tip for precise placement on intricate and detailed projects.


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11/8/2013 5:55:05 PM

Less is More....

This can be a little tricky because the crafty girl in me wants to spread lots of glue on my projects. But I found that a teeny weeny bit of Fabric Fusion goes a long way. I usually use a thin line or dot of glue on one surface (not both) and lightly press one fabric to the other. I also grab the hair dryer if I'm in a hurry for my project to dry, otherwise make sure you allow your project to dry for the full amount of time recommended. That one bottle will last forever! Thanks for your feedback, we appreciate hearing about your experience. ...Pattiewack

10/29/2013 9:21:01 PM

does not work

I just tried your Fabric Fusion, and was very disappointed in the product. I used the glue to do the finish seam on a pillow, and after applying the glue, I used straight pins to hold it in place until the glue dried. After two hours I took the pins out, only to find the fabric was NOT glued together. Ended up sewing instead of glueing. Would not recommend!