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Bonding fabric was this a good idea?
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Date: 9/4/13 8:25 AM

I purchased two pieces of wool blend sweater knit fabric and had them "bonded" at Quick Fuse and Cut in NYC. My intent was to change the hand of the fabric so I could use it to make a coat. Now I am wondering if this was a good idea. The fabric is now a nice weight. But I am wondering if the bonding will stay intact or will it bubble overtime? The two pieces of fabric were not perfectly lined up when they were bonded either. Will this matter when its cut? I'm thinking I should have used an underlining technique instead. Any thoughts?

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Date: 9/4/13 11:54 AM

It may work out just fine.

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