Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Insul-Bright tutorial

There is a product on the market that is more useful than I ever imagined.  It is called Insul-bright.  It is an insulated interfacing.  Picture batting with a layer of aluminum foil. I Love this stuff.  You can use it in place of interfacing and make any bag into a insulated tote.  It can also be used in hot pot holder, ironing board covers, mittens, hats and jackets.  The ideas are endless and it really does work.

We have it at the shop behind the counter so just ask one of the girls.  It does come on the bolt so make sure you know how much you will need.

The bag above is the camille tote using insul bright and laminated fabric for a lunch bag.  This is a model at the shop if you want to touch and feel how the insul bright turns out.

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