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Old 10-13-2009, 08:36
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Has anyone used liquid stitch from Wal Mart before. Says that it's stitch less sewing, permanent and clear drying adhesive. And can be used for hems, trim, crafts, appliques and home dec. Machine wash and dry?
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Haven't used it yet but can't wait to see the reviews, I have been wanting to get that and the aquarium sealant.
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I've used it too. I've even used it on my bows with great results.
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I used this becasue my husband umpires and came home from work one day and told me he needed these badges sewn on his shirt before the game the that weekend. Well I wasn't going to have time, I was leaving town, so I just used this stuff, it worked great for that night, I told him to leave it out and I would stitch over it with the machine before they were washed. He washed them anyway and they came off in the wash.

I think it worked good for short term, but not as a permanent solution!

edit* I guess I have never used it on bows, but those don't get put in the wash machine either!

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I have used liquid stitch to create pacifier clips, badge clips, add embellishments to onesies, and used it to apply appliques to my daughter jeans and shirts. I have machine washed her clothes several times and they havent come off.
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Thanks for the input. You ladies are the greatest. I used it today on trim that I had used double sided tape and it was not holding that great. So

far the results are good.
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