24 Replies to “Bonding fabrics together / Recycle Jeans”

  1. Did you place the two pieces side by side or did you overlap them?  I couldn't see too well in the video what you did.    I can see butting them would work with the bonding.  Good information.

  2. Hi,

    I love your videos, they are so well explained and easy to follow. I now understand the reason for having notches. I love the plaid fabric, I hope I can find it too. The purse really looks like a designer purse. You are so young and very talented. Keep making those videos. Thanks s bunch!!!

  3. I have a question, I want to bond two fabrics together, but the bonding has to stand machine wash and iron, What do you recommend?

  4. Hi  I've just found you and subscribed immediately. Your  bags are fab, which I am
    trying to make !. Would you please tell me where I can order zips on the roll, and most important do you do workshops.

  5. Thank you for this video. I sewn for over 40 years and had nerve used this process. This is a great tutorial!

  6. Hi Caryn I am using 'bondaweb' applique paper. If you go to any craft store this will be mostly available, or you can also order online, just type in applique paper… which country are you based in? thank you 🙂

  7. Izzy, I'm already scoping out my old jeans and old skirts for this project. But can you tell me again what kind of paper are you using to bond the fabrics and where can I buy it?

  8. Hi Krosettedesigns… its called woven fusible interfacing, u can buy in any haberdashery store, it usually comes by meter, so you cut up a long strips to attach the denim. I have placed a link in the description box below the video.. let me know how you get on.. Thanks

  9. what did you use to connect the 2 pieces to together… I can't seem to find what ever type of tape that is…

  10. Hi Leigh… youtube wont let me put a link here,,, if you go my channel you can see the bag I made… 'DIY COUNTRY JEANS BAG' Hope you like it… 🙂

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