Saturday, March 27, 2010

Day 12 of 30 Days of Giveaways - Mistyfuse

IHAN's 30 Days of Giveaways
Anniversary Celebration
Day 13 Giveaway
I am so surprised every time I hear someone say that they have not heard about Mistyfuse. If this is the first time you are hearing about Mistyfuse, boy are you going to thank me.

The official description for Mistyfuse:
"My" description of Mistyfuse:
Use it...trust me...you won't be sorry....excellent fusible that is light and does not make your fabrics or papers hard or stiff....they stay nice and soft...(stop thinking about Charmin Toilet Paper will ya.....it is soft but not nice and thin like Mistyfuse)
I met Iris Karp (Owner of Attached Inc.) in Pittsburgh last May. She demonstrated how Mistyfuse works and I was fascinated. I'm sure she thought I was absolutely nuts because I carried the sample she gave to me all around for the duration of market asking people if they were familiar with it. I sent everyone I spoke with over to Iris so she could show them how cool it is. I'm surprised Iris did not call the police and report a nutcase on the loose. (No one here will be surprised because all of you know when I learn about something that is really neat and works like it says it will.....I tell everyone I know. )

I know you want to see some projects that have used Mistyfuse.  Here are some examples of things Sue Bleiweiss has made using Mistyfuse:





Sue is a very talented artist and quilter.  I really appreciate her allowing me to use her photos from her projects for this post-THANKS Sue!!! 

Three Creative Studios   (Sue Bleiweiss, Terri Stegmiller, and Vicki Welsh) have put an excellent Mistyfuse Tip Sheet on their site.  They also have the following free tutorials:


THANK YOU Three Creative Studios for the excellent tutorials :)

Here are some of my customers e-mails with their thoughts on Mistyfuse:
Mistyfuse and I have gotten to be great friends, and it is definitely my preferred fusible. I had avoided using fusibles because they made my quilts stiffer than I liked, but Mistyfuse converted me. It is so light I have even used it under organza. My latest project involved small narrow circles and ovals of fabric, and Mistyfuse made it possible to easily translate my vision into fabric; if I had had to pull paper off all those narrow pieces of fabric, I would have gotten very frustrated with the process. It gets an enthusiastic recommendation from me.
Madalene Axford Murphy
workingwall.blogspot.com
Hi Kelly,
Mistyfuse is a great product. Recently I made ATCs using layers of candy wrappers and Misty Fuse was so easy to work with to get the look I was hoping for.

Jenny Morlock
quiltcrazygaljennalouise.blogspot.com
MJE's Bag Tag Tutorial is posted on the sidebar of my blog. I make fun Bag Tags using Mistyfuse. They make great gifts and I love them to put on all my bags including my co-workers backpacks.


I should also tell you that Mistyfuse comes in :
Ultraviolet-
In accelerated aging studies, exposure to UV rays have been shown to cause fusibles to tan (darken). Especially on light colors, sheers or other light weight fabrics, and surface use, tanning may read as a color shift or dark spots. But now there’s Mistyfuse Ultraviolet! Mistyfuse Ultraviolet is specially formulated with an effective retardant to protect against the tanning effect of UV rays - without sacrificing any of the inherent Mistyfuse qualities you expect and trust. Mistyfuse Ultraviolet is white and fuses clear.

And Black-
Use Mistyfuse Black with any fabric or with tulles and sheers to create shadow and other special effects.
To have a package of White Mistyfuse shipped to the address of your choice, you need to leave a comment here telling us about your experiences using Mistyfuse and if you have not used Mistyfuse please tell us what you intend to make using Mistyfuse.

For extra entries please send photos of projects you have made using Mistyfuse with a description and you review of Mistyfuse to IWantToWinAtIHAN@yahoo.com

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But WAIT...there is MORE....Iris Karp is going to give away one package of Mistyfuse each week for three weeks....so watch for more posts....and the last week she is going to giveaway a roll of Mistyfuse 12 in. x 100 yards in the Grand Prize Drawing. To learn more about the Grand Prize Drawing....click here :)

Thank You  Iris Karp (Attached Inc.) for your generousity and for giving me the idea of having a Grand Prize Drawing !!!

Smiles,
Kelly

123 comments:

  1. I haven't used Mistyfuse, but I've been looking for a really light-weight, easy to use fusible and this might be just the ticket! I'm not up to trying to piece circles or hand applique, but I love the look of circles in quilts. I'd love to try Mistyfuse for something like the Soap Bubbles in a larger scale quilt.

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  2. Kelly, your giveaways never cease to amaze me! Thanks so much for organizing this!

    I haven't used Mistyfuse, but I am definitley interested. I LOVE to do raw edge applique, so I would definitely put this to use. I'll be entering the other give-aways for this as well and am crossing my fingers for the Grand Prize Drawing. April 16th can't come soon enough.

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  3. I love misty fuse, it is perfect for stiching thru

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  4. I used misty fuse to make charm squares following Sue Bleiweiss'S tute and posted it on HGTV,causing her to get so many hits on her website that she came there to find out what was going on,LOL! Loved the inchies.

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  5. Misty Fuse is news to me. I want to play and experiment with it to find different ways for it to work in my quilting. Thank you for the introduction.

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  6. Mistyfuse sounds great! I've never used it, but I'd love to try it. I'm new to applique and Mistyfuse sounds perfect as I try to learn. :-) Thanks for another great giveaway!

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  7. I have heard a couple of people mention Mistyfuse, but I have never seen it. So obviously I have not used it. I would love to try it for some applique and maybe try some other embellishments using it.

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  8. OK, count me in as one who has never heard of Misty Fuse. I sounds like something else I need to add to my stash of great supplies to try. As I have never used it I can only wish to win and give it a try. That would be great!

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  9. I have never heard of Mistyfuse until today, but it sure sounds great!! I recently took an art quilt class and I would love to use this with a future project coming up for the next class. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. Another awesome giveaway! What a way to celebrate...and of course, we all love it, too! I have never heard of Misty Fuse.

    I have started a project that features comic dog heads by Amy Bradley, but the 3 I have finished are a little stiff. If I win, I'll use Misty Fuse to complete the remaining 6. I bet I will be a lot happier with the finished quilt!

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  11. I had never heard of Mistyfuse, so thanks for the information. I will look for it next time I'm shopping. Love the sound of how light it is.

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  12. I have never actually used Mistyfuse, but I have recommended it to many of my quilting friends. I would like to try and use it for pattern transfers and for appliques in my embroidery. If it doesn't work how I think it does, I will pass it on to one of my quilting friends.

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  13. I haven't used Misty Fuse but I think I would really like a paperless fusible web. I started an advent calendar for my grandson which I plan to have finished by next Christmas :) and there is quite a bit of fusing in it with the embellishments on it, so I would use the Misty Fuse for that. I am also making small arts quilts on different themes and often want to fuse on them. I would love to win this prize.

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  14. I haven't used Misty Fuse before, but I have just discovered how much fun art quilts are, so I would definitely love to try it for that purpose.

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  15. I have never used this mistyfuse before but I use fusibles as much as I use Charmin toilet paper...(HA!!)

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  16. I have never heard of MistyFuse! but I do ALOT of machine applique so I would put it to good use. Thanks for the headsup. (tegens@charter.net)

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  17. I have never used Mistyfuse; furthermore, I have never even heard of Mistyfuse. I did link over to Sue's shop and she has some neat things there! I think I like the way she uses it on the fiber art. I would like to make something for the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative so Sue's projects will serve as a basis for my own creation to be donated.

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  18. I like to make bags. Thanks for another great giveaway!

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  19. I have not used Mistyfuse but would like to give it a try. I do mostly small projects.......bags etc and that is where the Mistyfuse would end up.

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  20. I have never used Mistyfuse, but I would probably use it on a bag or little purse. Those are my favorite things to make anyway!

    Thanks again!

    MGM

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  21. I have never heard of Mistyfuse before but I would love trying it with some appliqued quilts.

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  22. I have been wanting to try MistyFuse for awhile now. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  23. This sounds like some great stuff! I've never seen it!

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  24. As you already know, I have used Mistyfuse in a number of projects, but I did not know about Mistyfuse UV and that now be what I use under sheer fabrics to create a shimmer or shadowed effect.

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  25. One of the major leaps in the world of quilting, the last 5-10 years, has been with the variety of stablizers and adhesives. I've heard great things about MistyFuse. Played with it a bit (all positive), but would certainly like to play more.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  26. I have never used the Mistyfuse but I think it would be useful for a few of the things I am working on. Would love to win some to try but if not, might have to find some to buy and try.

    Rosemary
    cntryways@att.net

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  27. I've never used Mistyfuse but I am sure hearing a lot about it. It's on my shopping list next time I leave the beach and go to the city! My first use would be applique and stitching.

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  28. It's me again! I have never used the Mistyfuse but from all the comments I think I sure would like to try it. Too bad I don't have it now since I am working on an applique project.

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  29. i've never used this but i'm sure i'd love it......i've just really started to like applique

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  30. what an education! I can't wait to try Mistyfuse. :-)

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  31. cool .. I would love to try me some mistyfuse!!! I have never tried/seen this before, but even if I don't win, I will get some!

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  32. I have heard so much about it but not got around to ordering some. There are not many places in Australia that sell it yet.

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  33. I've heard a lot about Mistyfuse but haven't tried it yet. I would like to incorporate it with my next quilt bag to see if it'll add the stiffness I want without the bulk and weight as compared to batting.

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  34. I have never used Mistyfuse but it sounds like a fabulous product. I'd love to try it with applique.

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  35. I have not yet used Mistyfuse but sure have heard a lot of it lately! I am going to be doing applique quilts and plan to fuse the pieces in their center to hold them till they are stitched down.

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  36. I haven't used Mistyfuse yet, but it sounds like THE thing for applique. Gotta have it!

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  37. I'm fairly new to applique and have been exploring the different ways to do it. Mistyfuse sounds wonderful and I hope to try it soon. Thanks so much for the information.

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  38. I would love to try Misty fuse on an applique wall hanging that I have been dying to put together!

    Thanks for the great give away

    SheilaC

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  39. Mustyfuse is new to me, and it sounds wonderful. Every now and then I like to do some applique on a quilt or table runner, and I would love to try it for that! Thanks for the great opportunity to win another great prize!

    mybusyhands@gmail.com

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  40. I want to make an appilqued pillow for my brother. he is in chemo and radiation, being treated for brain cancer, and he and I have a little secret code that we use to cheer each other up (and on) and I want to applique this on a pillow for him.

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  41. I haven't used MistyFuse, but I would like to try it with some machine applique3. I want to make an animal applique book for my grandson.

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  42. Sounds like a great product. Hope I can get to try it.

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  43. I have not tried Mistyfuse, but if I would win I would use it on a towel swap I am part of. I am going to applique flowers on twelve towels to send to my swap partners.

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  44. I have never had luck with fusing anything so I would love to try this on a raw edged applique on a quilt or table runner. Would love to win!

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  45. I have heard of Misti Fuse and would love the opportunity to try it. I would try it on fusible applique, small purse-sized projects, post cards...

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  46. I haven't started making applique quilts yet but there is one that I have the patterns for and have been so anxious to start. But I have been afraid of not choosing the right product,and now I think you solved that problem.

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  47. I have not used Mistyfuse, but I have heard outstanding reviews about it! I would love to use it to baste smaller quilts so I can quilt them on my domestic machine

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  48. I just started to learn how to applique and have already decided I need to try a different adhesive than the one my instructor uses. I would be happy to try something you so heartily reccomend.
    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

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  49. Mistyfuse sounds like it would be ideal for making the memory quilts with th e tee shirts. Do you think it would work for that? I would certainally like to try it

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  50. I've heard a lot of good things about MistyFuse but haven't yet tried it. I'd love to try some just for the reason of no stiffness in my applique. Happy Anniversary!

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  51. This is my introduction to MistyFuse. I'm interested in creating a small quilt with fused flowers and birdies...because I have never done applique and thought raw edge with fusing would be easier. However, there are so many products (expensive) on the market that I do not know where to start. Please enter me in this giveaway. Thanks for thinking of us with future giveaways of MistyFuse! mlwright29 at hotmail dot com

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  52. Can you believe I have NEVER heard of Misty Fuse. I would love to give it a try...

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  53. I have not used it before, but have read of others using it. I will have to check out some of those tutorials and see what I can do with it.

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  54. And another thing I haven't as yet tried....I'd love to though...the ultra violet one sounds interesting. Hugs Naomi

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  55. I just recently purchased some misty fuse after being so disappointed with the difficulty of an inferior brand.
    I have only had time to use misty fuse to label a bunch of quilts but I love the feel and else of it, so I will not be using anything else in the future.

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  56. What a great recommend! Definitely going to try this! Thanks!

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  57. I've never tried Misty Fuse. I've tried others and hate them for applique so I only needle turn. I'd love for you to change my mind and let me become a fusing appliquer finally!

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  58. Haven't tried misty fuse but since I do a lot of applique, I'd like to.

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  59. I do believe I could use some Misty Fuse, as I'm just beginning down the applique road!
    Hugs,
    Terry

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  60. I haven't tried Misty Fuse, but would like to try it from the raves people are making about it. I like to applique, but so many of the are too stiff.

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  61. I've heard many great comments about Misty Fuse, but have yet to try it. I have a new applique quilt planned and this would be the perfect time to try it out. Hope I win some! Thanks!

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  62. I have not used Misty Fuse and can't wait to try it out the next time I do applique on my quilts.

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  63. I haven't used Misty Fuse but I keep hearing great things about it. Maybe I'll win and then put it to good use.

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  64. I have never used misty fuse, but I understand that is wonderful for use with embroidery. I would love to try it for that!

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  65. I haven't used Misty Fuse, and I haven't seen it around my area. I would love to try some your cute bag tags and I have been dying to try ATC and think this would be perfect for both of those projects.

    chris_quilting@yahoo dot com

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  66. Okay, of all your prizes, I want this one... cause I can't get it where I live, and shipping to remote Canada is expensive... pls i would make beautiful art quilts with it!

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  67. I recently bought a pattern that called for Mistyfuse. I have not heard of it, but I will definitely give it a try.

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  68. I have recently started picking out fabrics to start a Fatcat pattern BOM, it has snowmen, reindeer, and penguins so far. It is my first BOM and I really would like it to be soft and quilt-able.

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  69. another product that I have never tried but now really want to. I am making my girls easter dresses right now and I am getting ready to add a flower applique. This product sounds like a perfect match.

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  70. I had not heard of Mistyfuse but I would love to try it. I can think of so many things I would like to try using it.
    Thank you for the chance.

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  71. I love Misty Fuse! It is such a GREAT product. My students loved it also when used with their projects:) I hope I win more misty fuse, I can't ever have enough!

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  72. Hi and greetings from Western Australia. We do not have this product where I live in Australia. I have just discovered applique and would love to make a quilt with applique (only made a bag so far). This product sounds perfect. Thanks for making this possible. Sam (Sandra) s.downes@murdoch.edu.au

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  73. I use Misty Fusewhen I make fabric postcards. Wonderful product. Is not sticky.

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  74. I'd love to try the Misty Fuse. I make a lot of fabric charms and inchies, and also do other little beaded and thread painted things with fabric. I'd like to try theis. Thanks.

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  75. I had not heard of Misty Fuse, but I definitely want to try it! It always seems like the fusible interfacing products are so thick and stiff. Sounds like Misty Fuse would be great for smaller elements on bags and for applique. I'd love to try to collage/layered materials technique shown on the portfolio tutorial!

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  76. I have never used this. Would love to try it Kelly.

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  77. I have only tried one other brand of fusible webbing so far, my local stores don't carry Mistyfuse. I do plan to order it from an online store sometime in near future when I do my next applique wall art quilt. I'm amazed at the NUMEROUS uses and types available by Mistyfuse. Awesome contest, thank you!!!

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  78. Wow, a fusible that doesn't make your quilt stiff? Bring it on!

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  79. I've been wanting to try Mistyfuse for a while now. It sounds like a wonderful product.

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  80. Oh, this was the one you were telling me about! I would LOVE to win this and try it out. I am in the process of making 15 quilts for my 15 grand children's 8th birthdays, when they get baptized and if they are anything like the first one I made, I will be doing LOTS of fusing.
    ~a
    link below shows that first quilt.

    http://annieofbluegables.blogspot.com/2009/03/beattitudes.html

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  81. Isn't it just amazing how far fusibles have come since the 'old days'? I'd love to try this product.

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  82. count me in as one who never heard of mistyfuse until today...looks like the perfect product to help me with learning to machine applique...thanks for the great giveaways and showcasing all the items I now NEED!

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  83. I haven't used this product, but my daughter has fallen in love with a quilt pattern that includes dupioni silk for the triangle squares and the silk needs to be prepped to be able to use it. This product sounds right on the mark!

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  84. Mistyfuse, must be what I never needed until today. I just joined a potholder bee and need a lightweight fuse.

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  85. I have never used mistyfuse but have been eying some patterns with circles I'd like to try.

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  86. wow! this stuff sounds amazing! i've never worked with mistyfuse, but i would love to try it on the the throw i'm making from upcycled cashmere sweaters. thanks!

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  87. I have never heard of this and can't wiat to use it on my next applique quilt.

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  88. I have not used Mistyfuse, but I have been unhappy with the stiffness other fusibles give to projects. Maybe this is just the giveaway I need to win!

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  89. I have never even heard of mistyfuse, but it sounds great. I love applique quilts, and I find that heat n bond makes the applique pieces very stiff. I would love a softer alternative.

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  90. I have used Mistyfuse and loved it. I used it on applique flower blocks with lots of pieces. I don't think in reverse very well and Mistyfuse helped me by being able to work without having to reverse my pieces. I even convinced my local quit store to stock some and she finds it flies off the shelf. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  91. I havent used Misty Fuse but would welcome the chance to give it a try. Fusibles make life so much easier.

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  92. Well please add me to the "I want misty fuse list!"
    Its pretty expensive around here I would like try for free first. I do see lots of good referalls here
    thax

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  93. Although I haven't used Mistyfuse yet in a project, I would use it in a landscape art quilt.

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  94. WHOA Mistyfuse looks so AMAZING! Now I can't wait to try some asap! I will definitely use this on some of the baby quilts I'm making right now! Thank you for the chance to win such an awesome prize!!
    ~Nicki
    thekirkfamily@gmail.com

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  95. I just read about Misty Fuse over on
    http://quiltcetera.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/tutorial-tuesday-pinless-basting-and-misty-fuse-giveaway/

    Bradie is having a giveaway and she wrote quite a bit about the product. Go over for a visit and enter to win 5 yards! If you win at Bradie's, maybe I can win here! I also became a fan of Misty Fuse on FB - saw you there too :)

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  96. Wowee - 100 yards of Misty Fuse in your grand prize drawing?? Holy moly - that is unbelievable!! I have just placed your button on my sidebar for another chance to win the grand prize. Oh my goodness - wouldn't that be incredible to win!! This month has been so much fun - I'm sure you are loving it too!

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  97. I have not tried Mistyfuse yet, but I've heard wonderful things. Up till now, I've only tried/use Heat-N-Bond Lite, would be fun to experiment with something else. Count me in :)

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  98. I would love to try this product in my applique projects. I *need* to find out what the buzz is all about!!

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  99. Mistyfuse looks great..

    i like the bag tags idea..

    several friends have said they have used Mistyfuse and love it..

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  100. Oh I want to try using Mistyfuse for everything. I want to just play play play. Please pick me.

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  101. I would love to try Misty Fuse on some appliques. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  102. I have never used Misty Fuse, only Steam a Seam but would love to try it on Applique.

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  103. I've never used this but I do applique on baby shirts adn would love to try something different to bond the fabric.

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  104. I just gave a program on fusibles to my quilt guild and had 11 different kinds. Tested for wash-ability, ease of stitching, transfering design, etc. Misty Fuse was a favorite as it was so soft. Learned you can transfer a pattern to it by using parchment paper and tracing design with pencil. Press paper to fused back of fabric and design transfers.

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  105. I have never used Mistyfuse, but am a lover of applique, so I would love to give it a try!

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  106. Mistyfuse all the way for basting my large quilts, yes!

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  107. I've not tried it, but with the internet you learn about so many useful items that are available to make life easier. I have seen this used to baste quilts. I'd also like to see how it does in purse making.

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  108. I have shied away from fusible applique as the few times I have tried it with other products, the fabric has become stiff and very difficult to sew through when finishing the edges. I would love to try Mistyfuse.

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  109. I would love to try MistyFuse, because I've heard that it doesn't make the fabric go stiff. That is my pet peeve about fusible applique. Thank you for the giveaways!

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  110. I would love to win some so I could try it out...
    Cath's Blog
    Cath Ü

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  111. Yeah, more mistyfuse (you can see I am working my way back down the line here having re-found you late on..). So many uses... would love to try it!

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  112. I haven't used Mistyfuse before, but would love to try it for applique.

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  113. I love the work Three Creative Studios does and would love to try the Misty Fuse.

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  114. Well I've seen it before but never used it. I read your post about the bag tags and if I win some that is what I'm going to make, heck, if I don't win, I'm trying it anyway. Traveling one needs an easy identifier for luggage and you can make wild ones that will really stand out!

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  115. I have not used Mistyfuse and I am not sure how easily it is to find here in the UK but would love to have a go at those lovely bag tag for which you have a tutorial on your blog, make your luggage so easy to spot!

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  116. Misty fuse is another new product I've not heard of before. It sounds perfect for the fabric I cut on the bias to make flower stems. That way I wouldn't have to pin the bias cuts to the quiltlet, but could simply iron it on.

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  117. Seriously, how cool is this? Thanks for the chance to win this in the Grand Prize Drawing! I have made raw edged applique items and using it for binding is a great idea I picked up in another one of your posts! Thanks for such fun!

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  118. I would really love to try Misty Fuse for applique, my collage work and fabric postcards.
    Micki

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  119. I am interested in trying anything that will improve my applique. This sounds like a great product.

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  120. I'd like to try with my applique or bags or purses

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  121. I haven't tried it yet but would love to try it for applique

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  122. I want to make the Bag Ties for all my family and friends using the Misty Fuse. Thanks for the ideas. What a wonderful, generous person you are.

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  123. I have misty fuse and use it in little pieces to fuse down applique. I'm thinking of trying it to baste quilts, so have lots more of it would help!

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