Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Liqui-Sew to the rescue
I written before about the wonders of Liqui-Sew, the fabric bonding agent I've used to hem curtains, make rod pockets on raw fabric to create curtains, and attach beaded trim to a lampshade. The manufacturer even contacted me after reading my first post about using Liqui-Sew.
I recently pulled out this miracle product to hem a pair of jeans and a pair of pants I wear to work. Despite being marked with the correct length, both were so long that they dragged the ground when I walked. So I took a few minutes to cut an inch off both pairs and then turn them under another inch and hemmed them with Liqui-Sew. It was easy and fast.
Now the jeans and the pants are the correct length and I didn't have to sew or iron them. I just bonded them with Liqui-Sew and its permanent. Washer, dryer, and iron-safe!