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Slicker Iron-on Vinyl by the yard from Sew Lazy by Lazy Girl Designs

Slicker Iron-on Vinyl by the yard from Sew Lazy by Lazy Girl Designs
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Slicker iron-on vinyl from Sew Lazy by Lazy Girl Designs.  Iron-on glossy vinyl. Hey, we can laminate our own fabric! Fabric stays soft and is easy to work with.

Priced per yard and processed in one length with one cut.

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Slicker Iron-on Vinyl by the yard from Sew Lazy by Lazy Girl Designs
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Slicker Iron-on Vinyl by the yard from Sew Lazy by Lazy Girl Designs
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Like I was thrilled with the mini wonder clips for making my bff's bridal shower tote, I was also pleased with the Slicker Iron-on! I only used it on the bottom of the bag. At first it didn't want to adhere, then I discovered my iron wasn't quite hot enough. I believe in pressing each section after stitching so the bag looks professional. Later in the project I was covering the bottom with a linen cloth to protect it while I pressed in more details on other parts of the bag. I either touched it with my iron and the linen moved OR I forgot to turn the steam off. One corner melted about the size of you baby fingernail! The outside of the tote was already completed...I would have had to deconstruct the bag to replace the bottom. So, I think I will cover that part with clear nail polish! Moral of the story? Be very, very careful around your iron. But I do like the looks of the finished, "Slicker' bottom of the tote!