Insul-Bright is a needle-punched, insulating material ideal for home sewers and crafters.
Use Insul-Bright in many practical projects and gifts, such as: Pot holders, oven mitts, hot pads for your dining table, and casserole covers. This product consists of hollow, polyester fibers needlepunched through a nonwoven substrate and through a reflective mylar.
The needled material is breathable and won’t break down with washing. The hollow fibers resist conduction while the reflective mylar resists radiant energy. The energy, hot or cold, is reflected back to its source. Insul-Bright is easy to sew and your finished projects can go right into the washer and dryer and will not break down over time.
At least one layer of cotton batting is recommended with Insul-Bright when used as Oven Mitts or Pot Holders. Insul-Bright is heat-RESISTANT, NOT heat-proof. .
Insul-Bright is breathable and provides perfect comfort for bedding needs such as Comforters, Quilts, Sleeping Bags and Water Bed Covers. Use Insul-Bright to keep out the cold winter chill this year (and keep the heat out in the summer too) when you use it in Shades, Draperies, Door Draft Stoppers, Fire Place Covers, and Water Heater Covers. Great for conserving body warmth too! Use it is Coats, Jackets, Vests, Ski Apparel, Gloves & Mittens, Hats and Slippers.
Please note, this item is yardage that is bulky and requires extra handling and an additional handling charge of .50 per yard ordered to cover higher postage and packaging requirements. This extra handling charge will automatically be added on to the normal shipping rate provided in the shopping cart when you add the product to your cart.
In Stock Orders normally ship the next business day. Our website does not display "Live Inventory". There is a chance that an item could be on back order. If there is a back order we will email you. Many orders will have the in stock items shipped, and then we will ship out the back ordered items once they arrive. There are no extra charges for the split shipping service. We ship by the United States Postal Service. Please see our policies pages for more information by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page.