A while back I was trimming the thread ends on a quilt and I actually snipped a tiny hole in the back of the quilt. I was trying to be quick and as a result I had a tiny hole to repair.
Many years ago at the Houston Quilt Festival I purchased Bo Nash Bonding Agent Starter Kit with Craft Sheet. I decided to pull it out again to fix this quilt.
It’s super simple to use.
If you can get to the wrong side of the fabric then do so and lay the fabric flat WRONG SIDE FACING UP with the hole closed. Then take a little bonding agent powder and sprinkle it on the hole.
Next, take a small piece of fabric and place it over the bonding agent. It doesn’t have to match the front fabric since it won’t be visible from the front. Brush away any excess powder sticking out from under your patch. Then take the non-stick fiberglass ironing sheet and place it over the patch and iron.
Ta da!! When you look at the front of the quilt you can’t even see the hole.
I hope this helps you in mending your quilts or other projects. Feel free to comment below if you have any questions and let me know how Bo Nash works for you.
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