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Re: Steam-a-Seam 24 Aug 2014 14:07 #120978

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Thanks, Nancy. I'll be looking for the new stuff. I'm almost finished my old roll and have really enjoyed having it.
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 16:40 #120959

YES!!!! GOOD NEWS! THANKS FOR THE UPDATE!

Andrée
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 16:37 #120958

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suehenyon wrote:
Now, I wonder where I purchased a roll?

I purchased my roll from Joann's web site.
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 16:08 #120957

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Boy ! Oh,Boy !! Hope it works this time !! :D
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 16:00 #120956

Great news Renata, thanks for the update. I suppose that means it will make it to Ireland in about a year. :lol: I guess the 'grid aids' would be an indicator as to whether it is new or old stuff Susan.
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 15:53 #120955

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Now, I wonder where I purchased a roll?
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 15:39 #120954

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Woohoo! That's good news. Thanks Renata!

"Neglect not the gift that is within you..." -1 Timothy 4:14
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 15:22 #120953

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Thanks, Renata!
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 23 Aug 2014 14:22 #120952

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For anyone who's interested (who wouldn't be? :lol: ), I just checked the Warm Company website and two days ago they had a new update:

"Where We Are Now - Last Updated 08/21/14
Your favorite double stick fusing web is back in production with exciting new benefits! Available in all the same sizes you've always loved. Check your favorite retailer in about 4 weeks!

A Big Warm Thanks to All for “Sticking” With Us!

New Improved Benefits:
•Grid aids in tracing
•Easy to see through and Write on
•Now printer friendly"


For any of you who have purchased this product through Amazon in the past, I just wanted to let you know I contacted Amazon and referred them to the update as a "heads up" that the product will be in circulation again in case they were planning to make it available again.

The printer friendly benefit certainly got my attention! :D

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Re: Steam-a-Seam 12 Feb 2014 17:15 #115632

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Thanks for the update, Renata!


It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 12 Feb 2014 17:06 #115631

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Just wanted to let you know there is an update about Steam-a-Seam. While there is still no availability date, it appears there is light at the end of the tunnel. For details, you can read The Warm Company's update posted yesterday at http://warmcompany.com/sas-update.html.

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Re: Steam-a-Seam 12 Feb 2014 08:02 #115616

Thank you so much for clearing up the confusion around Steam a Seam. It's been my 'go-to' for all my applique work and the stuff that's out there now is either all to heavy and stiff or just plain difficult to work with. I really hope they can find someone to produce the backing paper. It's strange that when googling the product it comes up as being available at JoAnn's, but when I search JoAnn's website, the only fusible available is Pellon…too stiff. Thanks again for your research on this.
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 17 Jul 2013 01:55 #107029

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I recently bought Steam-a-seam 2 at my LQS by the yard. I do larger projects and like a roll rather than s rectangles pieced together.I I like Heat -n- Bond lite as well but it is stiffer and gums up my needle more than Steam-a-seam lite. I don't like Wonder Under because its hold is not consistent and it deteriorates quickly on the shelf.
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Re: Steam-a-Seam 06 Jun 2013 15:17 #104693

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A friend of mine was charged £10.00 that's about $15.59 American dollars.
OUTRAGEOUS
Anne
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