Hi there Therm O Web fans 🙂  This is Jenifer here with you today to share the projects that I made for Quilt Market.   Moda was kind enough to send out this beautiful Manderlay fabric for the booth and Wonderfil Threads provided us with some beautiful threads.  As you can see…this made for one beautiful booth with all the coordinated projects!

My first project is this knit wrap skirt that I did in Alabama Chanin style, with raw edges and hand stitching.  I used the new HeatnBond® Soft Stretch Fusible Adhesive in Lite for the waist band and it is beautiful giving some stability but still giving the fabric some movement.  I appliqued these roses to the bottom corner and did some hands stitching with some beautiful Wonderfil thread.  I am so pleased with how the skirt turned out that I can’t wait to make some more.


For my second project I made this fun little purse using some HeatnBond® Fusible Fleece and the awesome fabrics from Moda.  I made a cute flower out of some flannel using the NEW HeatnBond® Soft Stretch Fusible Adhesive in Lite(available soon!) and it almost turned my flannel pieces into felt give it the stability I needed to make a flower without all of the bulk.  There will definitely be more flannel projects in my future.

For my last project I made a fun hoop showcasing the beautiful Moda Manderly Collection fabrics and I couldn’t help but add some beautiful Deco Foil™ to it.  This hoop came together pretty quickly and would look really cute with a couple others that coordinated with it.




We’re excited to announce our NEW HeatnBond® Soft Stretch! Coming soon to your favorite store! Wait to you try it…you’re going to love it! Be sure to sign up to receive our emails to stay updated on when you can purchase our new products!

1 Comment on Create an Applique Skirt with NEW Heatnbond Soft Stretch

  1. QuiltShop Gal
    November 3, 2016 at 6:55 pm (5 years ago)

    I’m very interested in creating with HeatnBond® Soft Stretch Fusible Adhesive for adhesives on knits. I see many ways to use this new product, which I’m very excited. But I’m hoping you can also clarify, will this new adhesive also work with the iCraft foils on a tshirt ?