What is Bonded Web?
Bonded web, also known as fusible web or adhesive web, is a type of fusible material used in sewing and crafting. It is a thin sheet or strip of material that has adhesive properties on both sides. Bonded web is typically activated by heat, allowing it to bond two layers of fabric together when ironed or pressed. It is commonly used for applications such as hemming, appliqué, fabric bonding, or patching. Bonded web provides a convenient and quick alternative to traditional sewing methods, allowing for temporary or permanent fabric bonding without the need for stitches. It is available in different widths and thicknesses, catering to various fabric weights and project requirements.