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Heat'N'Bond Reuseable Pressing Paper. 5 Large Sheets. Made in the US

Heat'N'Bond Reuseable Pressing Paper. 5 Large Sheets. Made in the US

$11.55 (inc GST) $10.50 (exc GST)
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Pressing Paper protects your projects from the hot iron (and your iron from accidental exposure to adhesive!). 

See through and reusable…just roll it up and store it until your next project!

28 cm x 43 cm (11 in x 17 in)

Features & benefits:

● 5 sheets per pack

● Reusable

● Transparent

● Non-stick

● For use on fabrics & crafts

● Safe for irons

● Protects projects

● Protects work surfaces

 

*DISCOUNTS FOR BULK PURCHASES AVAILABLE*

 

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How to Transfer Sewing Pattern Markings | Sewing Lessons (02:05)
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