Bosal interfacing can be used for crafting, quilting, sewing, and anything else you can dream of! With quality Bosal foam inside, projects are sure to last a lifetime. Bosal foam stabilizer comes in a variety of thicknesses and sizes, there is something there for everyone! For a quick project, add Bosal fusible foam.
Bosal Foam provides the “bones” of a good quilt or sewing project. They make the highest quality interfacing, foam stabilizer, and fiber—including soft and snuggly Bosal batting. Located in Limerick, Maine, Bosal Foam & Fiber has been distributing American made products for over 60 years. In fact, we’ll let you in on a little secret, Missouri Star’s very own Quilter’s Best batting is made by our friends over at Bosal!
What is Bosal batting? Bosal makes a range of batting for your quilting projects from our ever-popular 80/20 batting to 100% cotton batting and even batting strips for a Jelly Roll Rug using Bosal Katahdin batting strips. Bosal interfacing is also used to help stabilize T-shirt fabric for T-shirt quilt projects to ensure the jersey fabric doesn’t stretch as you sew it. Bosal fusible interfacing is also used in garment sewing.
What is foam stabilizer? It’s used to give body and shape to sewing projects. Bosal foam and fiber can be used in a variety of fun sewing projects. From quilts and table runners to tote bags and even jelly roll rugs, Bosal makes a range of useful products that quilters and sewists can’t live without! How sad would a quilt be without soft, fluffy batting? Or what about a tired tote bag that flops over without any form? Fusible foam stabilizer makes your projects beautiful from the inside out.
If you’re wondering how to use Bosal fusible foam, here’s what you need to do: 1. Cut your foam to the size of the fabric you are going to attach it to. 2. Determine which side is fusible. (It will be the shiny side) 3. Position your fabric with the right side up on top of the piece of Bosal fusible foam. 4. Press with a medium hot iron, lifting and repositioning instead of ironing with a back and forth motion. Test your fuse by lifting up a corner. It should stick! If not, press again with your iron. That’s all there is to it. Alternately, there is Bosal sew-in interfacing and that is attached to your fabric by sewing. How do you use a foam stabilizer for sew in? The same way you sew batting into your quilt!
What is Bosal in-R-Form? It’s a single-sided fusible foam stabilizer that’s thicker than interfacing. It’s soft, formable, easy to stitch, and ideal for bag making. What can I use instead of foam interfacing? There are many fusible foam products out there, but Bosal is one of our very favorites for a reason! Try Bosal in-R-form single sided fusible foam in THIS fun Improv Tote project. Bosal fusible foam stabilizer is the best! Try it today and be amazed at what you can create.
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