Fabric lovers: Laminate yourself

This is a pretty cool thing. We get so many requests from customers who ask for a laminated version of their favourite fabric. Now you can just do it yourself. When part of our team went to Japan the last time, they discovered an iron-on laminate foil and were really impressed by the results and the quality. So now you can buy this laminate foil in our shop and just iron it on all of your favourite fabrics. We carry two different sizes, each one either with a very smooth or a little rough surface. This is a really cool DIY-thing if you want to make waterproof things like bags, bibs, aprons, table cloths, wash bags etc.

How to use:

1. Place the foil with the smooth side on the fabric to be laminated

2. slowly iron the paper side with medium heat without steam at 120-140 degrees Celcius. Apply a little pressure

3. Allow material to cool down completely

4. Slowly peel off the paper (If the foil doesn’t stick completely to the fabric, just put the paper back on and repeat ironing)

For everybody who prefers to buy laminated fabrics already, check out our laminate category in our shop. We got some of our popular Robert Kaufman designs in a laminated version recently.

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x52cm rough

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x52cm rough

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x52cm smooth

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x52cm smooth

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x104cm rough

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x104cm rough

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x104cm smooth

iron-on laminate foil for fabrics 50x104cm smooth

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric with polka dots

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric with polka dots

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric red ladybirds

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric red ladybirds

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric dogs terrier

Robert Kaufman premium laminate fabric dogs terrier

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