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Re: [BKARTS] adhearing fabric to paper



Is the Heat 'n' Bond Lite from Joann Fabrics archival?

--- Jet Foncannon <bolu.bolu@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>     Converting fabric to bookcloth has been
> discussed a lot on this list.  The
> method I have used with very great success, which
> seems to work with all kinds
> of fabric, is to iron on Heat 'n' Bond Lite  (Joann
> fabrics, #101653) onto the
> back of the cloth, lift off, and iron on archival
> (glassine) tissue.
>     The result handles very well, and is impermeable
> to glue.  The adhesive I
> use is 1/2 PVA + 1/2 wheat starch.
> 
> Kim Boyd wrote:
> 
> > I was given old upholstery scraps that I would
> like to use for book cover
> > design.  What is the best adhesive for preparing
> the fabric with paper
> > before covering the covers and binding?  Does the
> kind of paper used matter?
> > Thanks,
> > KB
> >
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