Tuesday, January 24, 2012

It's a GIVEAWAY to keep us STABLE! and the winner is......


If you sew, quilt, design, you must have used PELLON
somewhere in your creations. As long as I can remember
and it has been decades, I have always used some kind 
of stabilizer, interfacing, backing....you can call it anything 
you like BUT from this day forward if you want
STABILITY you need PELLON.

For backing and interfacing, well PELLON
has it all..

Today our  giveaway is this collection
of rigid fusible interfacing for bags and wall hangings..
- some underarm protection when you are making
something that needs that little bit of extra, and some stretchy
interfacing when you are making some garments that need
the give....... Enough for quite a few projects...


This package has 5 different types of interfacing
for all your sewing and quilting...
AND AMY BRADLEY has this PIN cushion



Pattern, MS Pinny....that would be just the little
extra to tie this giveaway together....

Winner Announced on Tuesday.....

What was the last project you made that needed
any kind of fusible interfacing...?


Congrats To bacontheneggs lady....
She won this package...and my she was pretty excited too..
Thanks to all those who entered.your projects sounded
very sticky lol



248 comments:

  1. I think I used it when I was doing an applique wallhanging...

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  2. I helped my daughter make an apron a few weeks ago and we used fusible interfacing. I also used in in a postcard that I made last week... Thanks for a chance to win.

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  3. I used fusible wadding for the first time to make a sail rigger bag, the materials for which I bought whilst holidaying in Florida.

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  4. I used some on some applique on a hand bag. I am running low...so thanks for the chance on a giveaway!

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  5. my daughters blouse last Friday....

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  6. The waistband of 2 pairs of shorts a couple of weeks back.

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  7. The last time I used pellon - had to be when I stabilized pockets for a DARLING purse! Or was it the waistband of my daughter's dress? Or was it on that t-shirt quilt? hm.... I'm a fan!

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  8. I am currently working on a project that uses fusible fleece. Actually it is called Fusible Thermolam Plus, by...you guessed it...Pellon! It is working out great for my project!

    ~Linnea

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  9. I have been using fusible interfacing to make my bags.

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  10. I raw edged appliqued some bright, funky flowers on a little "my stuff" bag for my 4 year old niece. She loves it.

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  11. I used it to applique on a mug rug I made for a Christmas swap.

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  12. I mad a vest for my grandson to wear in his mom's wedding in October.

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  13. I used interfacing to attach hearts on a tablerunner that I made. Also used some stiff interfacing for stockings this hear. Need more - thanks for the chance!

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  14. Just moments ago I was fusing Decor Bond onto the lining for a library tote bag!

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  15. I use Pellon for dressing cases.

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  16. I used Pellon last week when I made an Amy Butler bag - fantastic product that gives great results. Thanks for a fab giveaway.

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  17. I´m not sure if I exatly know what Pellon is, but I used somthing like it when I sew this http://iliketoquiltblog.blogspot.com/2011/06/portemonnaiepung.html
    Wallet....
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente - Germany

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  18. I made an applique for a sweet little boy's birthday jacket!

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  19. I last used it for an applique block from Annie Downs.

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  20. My daughter was going on a trip last summer and wanted a big purse/bag that that she could pack in her suitcase and take out and use when she got to her destination. I hadn't made anything like it in years. I was really pleased with how it turned out. I'm using the leftover fabric to make a table runner right now.

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  21. I made a clutch for my son's wedding and used it. thanks for the chance to win more and try out others.

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  22. I made fabric boxes as Christmas gifts this year & used Pellon fusible fleece as the interfacing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. I just used it the other day to sandwich a mini- quilt. I tend to use it for all of my smaller projects. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  24. I actually just made three wristlets that required interfacing. I used a lightweight fusible. Thank you for a chance to win this awesome prize!

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  25. I used it to make a sunbonnet for my daughter (she was Mary from Little House on the Prairie for Halloween). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. I recently made a tote that used fusible fleece for interfacing.

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  27. Oh, to be kept stable.... That would be an accomplishment these days! But now, for my little stitcheries, I back them with stabilizer before stitching. It keeps them crisp and hides the threads well hidden on the back of the piece. Have a blessed day!!

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  28. Huge fan! Last time I used it was for a pouch. I get nervous when I run low. There are so many uses for it.

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  29. I most recently used it on a tote bag. Right now I am working on some window treatments that aren't hanging just right and wondering if fusible interfacing would help.

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  30. as most everything I do is small and practical, I use some sort of fusible in most everything I do.

    Lots of purses, electronic cozies, small accesseries--all get a bit of Pellon product somewhere along the line. Some get more than one product included.

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  31. I made a t-shirt memory quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  32. For a tote bag. I have been seeing a lot of purse patterns lately that make me want to make a slew. The Pellon assortment would be great. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. Hi Madame Samm I have not used pellon for much but I do use it for my purses and during the holiday I made six of them so it did work just wonderful....I just do not know enough about them really I guess...thanks for the chance...

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  34. A bag for my daughter to bring her camogie (an Irish game using a hurley (a bit like hockey)) gear for training.

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  35. I made beach bags for my nieces! thank you and have a great day!

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  36. I used it to make a little snowman cosmetic bag which I haven't gotten completely finished with yet. Thanks for the reminder!!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  37. I am just in the process of making a few framed pouches, and it is always such a difficult decision to choose stabilizer! I would love to try some Pellon. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  38. I used interfacing on a boring polo shirt that I "reimagined" to make it more colorful and "quilter worthy"

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  39. I make bags and pouches and 99% of the time, I use interfacing.

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  40. I used interfacing for a wallet I made :)

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  41. I used an interfacing to make an iPod case. I would love the chance to win the variety of interfacing so I could experiment with them. Thanks.

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  42. I used Wonder Under for my Christmas Wall Hanging, I can't live without it.

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  43. What a great idea Samm ;) I use this stuff up. The last thing I made was a diaper bag. You can see it on my blog, if you're interested in taking a peek. Have a great day!

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  44. I just got done making a diaper bag for my sister-in-law. But I use it for everything. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. I used Pellon fusible fleece for a bag. It worked great and I would love to have some more.:-) thanks!

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  46. I am working on a wall hanging right now and I made lots of purse organizers where I used tons of very stiff iron on fusible. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  47. I made several purses and bags at Christmas... from Lazy Girl patterns.. used fusible in them all...

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  48. Tote bag, and I should've used stiffer stabilizer.

    Thanks for the opportunity!~

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  49. Talk about a timely giveaway!! Yesterday I finished the last of 10 walker bags for the ladies at my mom's assisted living center. They liked the one I made for mom because it has a lot of body to it thanks to Pellon's peltex! It gives them a lot of body and they don't flop around on the walker.

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  50. i just used some in the Nook case I made for my niece! great stuff!

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  51. I use interfacing on crafts, clothing and wall hangings that I make. Thanks.

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  52. Have never tried fusible interfacing, and think I last used regular interfacing about 40 years ago when I was in 9th grade, taking home-ec! Made myself a hotpants outfit, LOL. :)

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  53. I have used fusible interfacing in the bags I have made!

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  54. I am currently making a big bag for my Nursing student to carry yo clinicals.

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  55. ooo don't know this product! I'd never use fusible interfacing.... honestly don't know where to buy it and the use for it!!! hihihi. normally, i use old clothes between my fabric to have more solid finish!!! my cheek are red.... thank's for letting me know other way to do thing!
    have a nice day

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  56. I last used interfacing on an applique for a Christmas advent calendar - thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. I love fusible interfacing! I last used it on a folk-art wallhanging I made from an old family photo.

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  58. I have never used fusible interfacing:(

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  59. Fabric bowls. They come in several varieties, each of which uses a different interfacing.

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  60. My iPad envelope is awesome with Pellon interfacing and fusible batting! My tote bags have more body too with Pellon products.

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  61. I am currently working on a pillow for my son for sitting up in bed that calls for some fusible stabilizer.

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  62. I used some fusible interfacing when I made a bag for my aunt's Christmas gift. Thanks for sharing!

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  63. Just finished a table runner with fused leaves and hearts - love this product and thank you for this opportunity. Judy C

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  64. I used some fusible interfacing when making a pin cushion. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  65. I made a zip pouch over the weekend using teeny tiny squares!

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  66. Well Since you asked I used some for the Hello Sun QAL I am participating in. I used it yesterday. I would love to win more and you can never have enough supplies.
    cathy
    http://cbrirish.blogspot.com/

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  67. oh i need some stabilizer/interfacing for a diaper bag I want to make!

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  68. A bag - love making bags!! I also use a lightweight fusible behind my background fabric for my hand embroidery. Great giveaway!

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  69. I made a Grandma bag for a friend. She had just welcomed her first grandchild. I thought she needed her own bag for baby goodies. It used fusible fleece interfacing. Great giveaway! Thanks!

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  70. I do machine embroidery so I use fusible stabilizer all the time.

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  71. I used it in a bag I made for my grandson to store his automoblox in. ~Jeanne

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  72. I needed it for some applique blocks I was doing. :)

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  73. I am working on a delightful little wall hanging and used fusible interfacing for the flower petals. Marvelous product. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  74. Everytime I make a purse, I use fusible interfacing. It makes the job so much easier!

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  75. I Love Pellon too! I first started using Pellon(decades too) when I first learned how to sew at 13. I made all my Pippie's(French Grandfather) Ties. My most recent use of it was at Christmas time when I made both my Daughters a set of Fabric Buckets. I would love to win this nice package and make a set of Buckets for me too!!

    Have a Great Day!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  76. when I make a bag,purse ,I use fusible interfacing

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  77. Pellon and I are great friends, I used on a small bag last...thanks for the chance!

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  78. I used it to make some coasters.

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  79. I made a tee shirt quilt for a friend. I needed the fusible interfacing, but 1. Didn't have any and 2. Didn't realize I needed it. I have another one to do and will certainly buy some this time!

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  80. My last project was a memory quilt. I have been using pellon for years and love it.

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  81. Oh yes! This product was wonderful to make little zipper bags. Would love to try it on a pin cushion too!

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  82. I used fusible the first time back in the 90's on a small wall hanging. I have been in love ever since. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. I use the fusible for bags/purses/totes as well as with much of my art quilting. GREAT product!

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  84. ...I have to think about this one, when is the last time I need interfacing for my project. I would say, probably my knitting needles bag.

    Thank you for the generous giveaway!

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  85. I used fusible fleece in a tote bag I made for my daughters teacher it worked great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. I made a hat for a friend and used Pellon for the bill and the sides of the hat. It gave some great structure.

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  87. The last project I used fusible interfacing on was my (first) coat.

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  88. I use fusible for my embroidery and applique on shirts. I am a stabilizer fanatic. Love the stuff because it helps you!!! I wish everyone would realize how important stabilizer is and that it is your friend!!

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  89. I was so afraid of fusible interfacing, but finally used it in a collar and it worked! I want to make a bag now!

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  90. The project didn't 'need' it. I had to use it because I kind of messed up. I was trying to use a scrap that was too small and my seam allowance wasn't enough.

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  91. I use so much fusible it's ridiculous...if it wasn't such wonderful stuff! I use fusible batting on most of my small quilts and I use fusible fleece on all my bags. I just love every kind. :) blessings, marlene

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  92. I make fabric postcards and use pellon for them every month. Irreplaceable!
    Darcey

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  93. I last used fusible fleece on a little pouch for my camera. I'd love to learn more about how to properly use interfacings!

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  94. On a couple of clutches..some applique etc. Thanks for the chance to win...Love it all

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  95. Have been using Pellon brand interfacings in my garment sewing for years, and mnore recently while doing some fusible applique on a set of wallhangings. They make a terrific product. Whoever wins this prize package is sure to enjoy it.

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  96. I've never used it, but I want to! You know that Buttercup Bag tutorial that's been sweeping around? That would probably be my first project.

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  97. I made a purse for my daughter.

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  98. Just used Pellon fusible fleece making a patchwork dresser runner for my granddaughter's birthday. Over the years I've used bolts or miles of Pellon products!

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  99. I've just made a Keyka Lou bucket bag with fusible interfacing - here in the UK we get Vilene, is it the same company as Pellon??

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  100. I used it in making a bag too. Love it!

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  101. Last project? I made about a dozen "Raspberry Ripple" purses for myself and for presents. It got to the point where I finally just bought the rest of what was on the bolt. Purses use up a lot of this stuff! I would love to try different weights to make quilts come alive...I haven't fallen in love with applique yet (except for kids' clothes), but I have a project designed that may just do it for me.

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  102. I needed Pellon last Friday when I made a nametag to wear to quilt guild meetings. I have used it before, but had none when I needed it.

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  103. Used a little fusible on my fabric ATCs.

    Wow, what a wonderful bunch of stuff for a giveaway! :)

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  104. I used Pellon on a makeup bag I made for my aunt! She loved it! Thanks for the giveaway, its wonderful.

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  105. A purse I made at a quilting retreat last year. Of course, my hubby has been trying to keep ME stable for years without success. Maybe some more Pellon would do the trick!

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  106. I made some zipped pouches, and pencil cases that needed fusible interfacing. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. The pin cushion caddy from Anna Maria Horner's book. It was a bit of a struggle for me, but worth it!

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  108. I made a purse for my mom for Christmas that used interfacing to stiffen it up. Thanks for the opportunity to win.=)

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  109. I could have used some of that fusible batting when I made a tote bag from quilting cottons so it would have more body. thanks for the chance to win.

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  110. Oh I had a great one for their Wonder Under, one of my WIPS! But Fusible Interfacing. That would have been to stabilize the knits when I dreamed up making quilts from baby clothes. Funny as in haha annoying the first time I bought the wrong thing only to learn that we use interfacing to stabilize knits, but stabilizer for embroidery.

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  111. I took a class a few months ago for wool applique and we used fusible to keep the applique in place before stitching. Kathie L in Allentown

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  112. I need interfacing for my postcards. Best postcards ever are quilted!

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  113. I made a couple bags earlier this month with Pellon's fusible fleece, love the stuff!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  114. I've been working on a T-shirt quilt and have used a LOT of stabilizer!
    Thanks for the give away!

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  115. Last thing I interfaced (?!) was a journal cover ...

    would love to experiment with some of these ... the stretchy sounds really cool. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  116. HI Samm it has been a long time since we talked. Where has January gone to. I know you are busy with your course but it sounds like you are acing it(you little smartee)lol I know you work really hard.
    I have been working hard to see no ice around my house don't need anymore broken bones.
    Last time I used pellon was in a casserole carrier I made for present.
    Stay well dear one and make time for fun. Blessings

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  117. LollyPop appliqué block -- Kim McLean's pattern and I continue to look for the holy grail of interfacing/fusibles. This is perfect. Thanks. Jan

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  118. I used Pellon in a purse that I made. Thanks for the opportunity to win more pellon as I am enjoying making bags lately.

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  119. I use it to back my embrodery.
    lisaursino@msn.com

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  120. I love Pellon SF101 for my redwork. Also use the thicker stabelizers for totebags, etc.

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  121. Back in the old days when I used to make many of my clothes, I used it as interfacing. Now, I love to use the fusibles on my wall hangings. Thanks for the give-a-way!

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  122. Love me some Pellon! You must have a friend hanging around over there to get such great giveaway packages from them. :) I recently used fusible fleece to make a sleeve for my Kindle Fire. Thanks, MS and Pellon!

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  123. The last time I used it was for a tote. Love the stuff!

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  124. The last time I used it was for a applique wall hanging for Christmas.
    I just love Amy's pin cushion!

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  125. I made some owl potholders. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  126. I just used some last night for a bag I'm making-love how it lets me use any cotton fabric I want, but with the stability and heft of a thicker fabric. So many more options!

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  127. I believe it was applique for a quilt. But I have a pattern for a hand bag that I'm getting ready to do and I need some Pellon for that.

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  128. I've been too scared to try so far! I do have a pattern for a lovely purse that I want to attempt and this would just do the trick!

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  129. I use fusible interfacing all the time to complete my stitcherys - I use an ordinary cotton and then iron on the interfacing to give it some bulk for stitching. Love it. Thanks

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  130. I recently used Pellon in a purse I sewed to give it more body.

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  131. I used Pellon to stabilize t-shirts for a surprise quilt for my husband. And for a bit of applique on some blocks for another quilt...

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  132. I used Pellon fusible fleece to give body to the zip pouches I made as Christmas gifts. Great product.

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  133. I used some to make a cute dress around the neckline.

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  134. I made pouches for all the women in my family for Christmas which was the last time I used any webbing.

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  135. I use it on my machine embroidery backing :)

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  136. I used pellon, in a tote bag to give extra body to it...

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  137. The last time I used a fusible was to make Dumpling bags as Christmas gifts. And I have a new bag pattern waiting that needs a fusible interfacing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  138. I just finished two 241 bags earlier this week!

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  139. I'm using a lot more stabilizer than I used to. Tote bags and I recently made Tracy Brookshiers party bag quilt.

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  140. I used some in a pincushion that I made for an exchange. That stuff is the bomb!

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  141. I am using it in a little wall hanging that I am making.

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  142. I used it to give a little extra body for a kindle fire pouch I made for my mom for Christmas.

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  143. I just finished a cover for a book!

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  144. I used some recently for applique on a baby quilt. Great giveaway.

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  145. I used it accidently on on pillowcase with applique! I should have used stabilizer! Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway, Dianne

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  146. One of my most recent projects was a handbag the use several types of fusibles.

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  147. I am something of a purse junkie (I have been called worse LOL!) and use fusible interfacing a lot!
    Thanks for the giveaway...the pin cushion looks so cute as well!

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  148. I use a lot of pellon in purses.

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  149. I use fusible interfacing on practically everything! I just love the way it gives the extra stiffness to the fabric. I use it a lot in making bags

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  150. I used it on my first garment I ever made for -myself- in the collar and arm bands. Loved the wonder of interfacing. ^^

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  151. The last project was a tote bag for my cousin: http://technologyandtutus.com/2012/01/19/the-lisa-tote/

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  152. I love pellon when making my wallhangings, tablerunners and also my totebags. Pellon is wonderful for so many more projects too. Thanks for the chance to win

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  153. I make lots of little gadget bags and wristlets, both of those use some kind of Pellon. Love it!

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  154. I made a pillow for my bed and used fusible interfacing for a seahorse applique I put on the pillow...thank you for a very nice giveaway...

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  155. I believe it was a purse I was making. This is a fabulous prize package! Thank you for the opportunity to enter!!

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  156. The last project I used fusible for was to precisely piece teeny tiny pieces for a quilt block. I love pellon and buy the lightweight fusible by the bolt.

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  157. I needed some for the center of a Dresden plate on a sampler quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  158. I love using pellon when making purses and totes.

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  159. I needed some for the back of an embroidery project.

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  160. The last time I used a fusible interfacing was in making a bag that I gave as a gift. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful sampler giveaway!

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  161. The last time i used it was to make doll quilts for Christmas, they went with dolls for charity last year I made 12 doll quilts.

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  162. lol I made 9 bags before christmas, several zipper pouches and have an applique ready to go, all using various weights of fusables :) (yeah I know I must have been mad!)

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  163. it seems like all amy butler projects do! i wanted to make the domestic apron, but didn't have enough SF 101!

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  164. I have never used fusible interfacing. Thanks for the chance to win . Best,Debuko.

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  165. I used pellon when embroidering my snowman that I made this last Xmas.

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  166. I LOVE Pellon! My favorite stabilizer. The last time I used it was for a Christmas Wallhanging.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  167. I've been reading some of the comments. It is amazing, but almost of us use fusible interfacing when we sew. I just used Pellon on the back of two quilt labels before I machine embroidered the information on them. Thank you for the chance to win

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  168. I used pellon stabilizer for applique on a quilt.

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  169. I made six tote bags as Christmas gifts, using fusible interfacing on all of them. Lots of fun!

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  170. I just finished a pair of slacks that needed interfacing in the waist band.

    Cindy

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  171. I completed my sewing machine cover last week that I used the Pellon iron on interfacing for the handle of it. Turned out great. I use Pellon it seems like some way on every project I do.

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  172. I use Pellon interfacing ALL THE TIME... the stiffest stuff for bag bottoms, the medium weight in handles and lightweight for the backing of some of my embroidery projects. Thanks for having this giveaway!

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  173. I just used the last bit of fusible this week for a Valentine wallhanging

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  174. Interfacing for a little girl flannel jumpers
    I'm a follower and have used Pellon since started sewing as a kid.

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  175. I just used some fusible interfacing for a diaper bag I made.

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  176. I made several tote bags and they used the fusible fleece. I also put the lightweight stabilizer on my embroidery pieces.

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  177. I used the very lightest weight on embroidery fabric. It added just enough stability to the thin fabric.

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  178. I've been using Pellon interface for my favorite things, handbags and dog collars!!

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  179. I used it to make a bag for my daughter.

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  180. In a purse made of a tapestry with a navy background. Used Pellon to reinforce the purse and fusible fleece in the handles

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  181. I back all my stitching with a light weight fusible interfacing. Just finished my birdie stitchery BOM quilt top. I also use a heavier weight when making bags.

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  182. I've been using Pellon fusible interfacing when making purses. I have made 1 for my sister, 1 for her friend, and 1 for my Mum. Sadly I haven't made 1 for me yet. Now might be the time to make 1 for me. :) Barb

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  183. I used iron on stabilizer with my appliques on my place mats that I finished sewing about two weeks ago. Today I ironed a piece on the back of a t-shirt to get ready to machine embroider. I use it lots for different projects as I am into quilting, machine embroidery and making clothes for myself and my grandkids.
    Cynthia Fedak
    rockyroad@sasktel.net

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  184. My last project was a charm square tote. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  185. The last thing I made was a bag.

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  186. Last project was a Christmas Table Runner, Thanks for a chance to win the great prize.

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  187. Yesterday I made a snowman wall hanging that was appliqued. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  188. Last project was a wagon wheel block and I used interfacing for the circle in the middle.

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  189. I used Pellon for some robot/octopus/helicopter applique on baby onesies. Stretchable interfacing? That's crazy talk. I'm excited to see that. I'd love to try their stabilizer. I was thinking of making fabric boxes to put things in.

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