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Customer Reviews for In-R-Form Single Sided Fusible Stabilizer 6" Squares 12/Pkg.

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January 5, 2017
Patricia J W
This product does not come with any instructions, first of all! Secondly, they do not fuse well at all. When turning right side out, it comes unfused (not a word, but best description), making it very difficult to turn and lay flat. I emailed the Bosal company, and a man asked for my address so he could mail me a new package, which I have not seen as yet. That was two weeks ago. For the next one, I used Peltex 71F by Pellon, and that was a little better, but that also did not adhere well. Love the pattern for Fold N Stitch wreath, and this is the hardest and most frustrating part. If I make anymore, I would consider sewing the stabilizer in, although not sure how it would look.
December 4, 2016
Linda F
This product seemed a little stiff when I started but saw why when I got closer to the finished state. Had no problem stabilizing the fabric. You directions say something about Pulling the right sides out, that does not work. Instead place your right using your other thumb into the cut x and make a channel to one of the corners. Then using the other hand to Push the corner out through the opening. Push the other corners out out and then flatten the piece right sides out. Use a corner pusher, a pencil eraser or the dull end of a wooden stick to push the corners sharp.

The finished wreath is beautiful and everyone that has seen it loves it. I have ordered enough to make four more wreaths in different colors.
November 11, 2016
Rosalie T
First, I could not tell which side was supposed to have the glue on it for fusing. The packaging was not helpful at all in that regard. Then when I figured it out (by trial and error on one square), I tried fusing the squares onto the fabric, and they simply did not stick. I had my iron on the hottest setting possible and pressed very hard, yet no matter what I did, the squares simply would not fuse onto the fabric at all. I ended up having to use "Tacky Spray" to get the squares to stick to the fabric.
November 10, 2016
Leann S
Worked great for me. I am on my third wreath. It is a bit heavy but I used my wooden press to turn corners and everything came out great.
August 23, 2016
Rosanna M
Too heavy. It was hard to turn wrong side in & I couldn't get the corners to corner. Will try something different on next one.