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This is a double-sided acrylic adhesive that bonds well with coarse canvas fabrics like Sunbrella®, Top Notch® or Top Gun®, as well as most home décor fabrics. Basting prior to sewing prevents feeding problems and provides more accurate, even hems and water-resistant seams. Basting tapes are left permanently in place and are invisible. If any needle gumming occurs while sewing, intermittently clean the needle with an alcohol swab or an adhesive remover. The "Basting Tape Selection Tips" PDF document below details all the materials this basting tape can be used on.
The narrow width of this 1/4-inch basting tape makes it perfect for use with zippers. The tape will stick well and is the perfect width to keep it away from the zipper's teeth. It is also excellent for attaching a cushion's boxing to the plate and piping in upholstery work.
|Certifications:||California Prop 65 Compliant|
|Roll Size:||50 Yards|
Are You Using the Right Basting Tape for Your Sewing Projects?
Makes the job much easier!
Very sticky works great.I’m new at sewing so I’m finding this product to be very useful.
I use this seamstick regularly in my canvas projects and am pleased with the adhesion
works as it should
Worth the Price
I’ve used other basting tape and this one works. The only thing is that it has an unusual smell, must be the glue, it’s not terrible just different. I’d absolutely buy it again!
Basting Tape ROCKS!!!!!!!
We could not have sewn our 6 two piece sling chair pieces without this tape. And I just discovered Sailrite has a lighter version that I'll be ordering for my lighter projects.
Love the tape but I couldn't use it on my machine. When I went to sew it on my singer sewing machine it wouldn't sew the needle was covered with glue and wouldn't sew right. That happened to me before with velcro. I wish my machine would work with it. The tape is great.
Haven’t started using it.
This was my first time to use basting tape. It made my project so much easier! As did the wonderful tutorial on making 30-minute box cushions. I’m not an accomplished sewer but you wouldn’t know it from the final product. Thanks, Sailrite!