Ultimate Accessory for Quilters, Sewers, and Crafters
Temporary non-toxic acid-free fabric adhesive that goes on in seconds and dries clear for Quilting, Sewing, Crafting, and Embroidery - replaces baste stitching, pinning, tapes, spray adhesives, and stabilizers. No more messy sprays or getting stuck with pins and it won't gum up your needles or machines! LAPEL Stick is water soluble and safe to use on cottons, wool, polyester, blends, felt, linen, and leather.
To see Quilting Tutorials and Videos using Lapel Stick please click here
First Aid For Your Fashion Emergencies
For too long we have put up with collars that won’t stay flat, hems that won’t stay up, pockets that pop and bulge, and other day to day challenges that are now unnecessary thanks toLAPEL Stick. No need to carry around a needle and thread to deal with a fallen hem (especially when traveling) or pinning a neckline together to prevent gapping. Just Twist and Apply firmly.
Repairs a fallen pant hem or skirt hem instantly
Keeps shirt collars in place and looking sharp - no more wing tips or upturned collars
Adjusts pants to multiple heel heights without alterations
Secures straps to undergarments - no more slipping
Eliminates gapping necklines or button gaps on blouses
Ideal for costumes or temporary adjustments to clothing
A "Must Have" for every Wedding and Bridal Survival Kit
Ok, so I wasn't sure what I was going to use this on for a review.
Then it hit me, the items I make the most....
Up Cycled/Re purposed/Recycled Wrapper Coin Purses
I've made and sold a ton of these.
Normally, I would use a regular glue stick to sandwich the "wrapper" between two
pieces of vinyl. For this A&W coin purse, I used the Lapel Stick.
What a difference it was, it glided along the vinyl so much smoother than a glue stick.
Another factor I have to think about if I'm going to use these more often, is if it will dry clear.
It has to dry clear. IT DOES!
I also noticed the wrapper covered in vinyl was easier to turn inside out and wasn't so heavy with glue.
I'm thinking I like these Lapel Sticks.
To see a full tutorial on how to make a similar above item, go here.
Now, would you like to try a Lapel Stick?
I am going to give away 2.
Just leave a comment on this post and I'll draw a winner on Friday the 27th.
Block on the left (it's a bit wonky and I'm not sure why)
left-#2 Autumn Tints
right-#1 Attic Windows
I'm finding the paper pieced blocks are in 3-4 pieces, then you have to join them to make the complete block. I'm not fond of that at all. I wish it was all one paper pieced block. Do these exist? Does anyone know?
Attic Windows was one complete block, Autumn Tints was in 4 parts, I guess that's how I got it wonky.