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FlexiFuse Lightweight Fusible Web

The Ultimate Applique Fusible

For years, we’ve tolerated sticky, gooey, subpar, gummy, crummy, inconsistent fusible web products. Fusibles that gum machines, break needles, fall off projects before we can walk to the sewing table, fusibles that aren't paper backed so you can't even trace the templates!? You've got to be kidding. 

We wanted the perfect fusible, but we considered it unachievable. Turns out we were wrong.

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Why FlexiFuse?

Don't Take Our Word For It

  • Rena| Shop Owner

    We used to sell SoftFuse in our shop, but have moved over to FlexiFuse because it is so much better.

  • Leisha | Long Arm Quilter

    "FlexiFuse is definitely the best interfacing that I've quilted through in my 13.5 year career of longarm quilting. Not only is it much easier to quilt through, the needle doesn't leave big holes, like it does with other interfacing, and the quilt remains soft and pliable...You won't want to use another kind of interfacing again!"

  • Anna | Quilting Instructor

    I've been using FlexiFuse in my classes and it has been wonderful to work with. The students don't have problems with it gumming their machines. 

FAQ

How much FlexiFuse do I need for my project?

FlexiFuse is available in 5 pack, 10 pack, or 25 pack of 8" x 10" sheets. Check the pattern you're making. You'll need as many pages of FlexiFuse as there are applique templates in your pattern. For example, if your pattern has 7 pages of applique templates (on 8.5" x 11" sized paper), you'll need to get at least a 10 pack of FlexiFuse sheets.

If you'd like a more economical option or have large pieces in your pattern, our 3 yard roll (21 inches wide), equates to exactly 6 fat quarters of fabric.

What can I use FlexiFuse for?

FlexiFuse is a lightweight, durable temporary adhesive used primarily for sewing and quilting. However, we've used it for home decor projects, on decorative pillows, and wooden signage. Ensure that whatever you're using is heat resistant, as FlexiFuse requires a temperature of between 250 and 300 degrees Fahrenheit to set the adhesive. We've tested FlexiFuse on metal, wood, fabric, and chalkboards successfully. Plastic is off limits!

What setting should I use on my iron?

We recommend a no steam setting with a temperature of 250 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, which equates to a cotton setting on your home iron. If you're using FlexiFuse on a fabric other than quilting cotton, use the recommended setting for the fabric in use (for example, if you're backing wool applique with FlexiFuse, use the wool setting (or equivalent) on your iron). 

Do I have to stitch/adhere with anything other than FlexiFuse?

If you're quilting a project, we do recommend stitching your project down. FlexiFuse is designed as a temporary adhesive, and will not withstand multiple washings.

If you're adhering a project down to wood or metal, we recommend finishing with a glue decopauge (Mod Podge) if the decor item is to withstand outdoor conditions and humidity.