Black Friday Deals at Therm O Web

Happy Black Friday everyone!  I love black friday– it’s a great day to stock up on things for the holidays AND supplies to keep me quilting, crafting, creating all year round!  Today I’m going to feature the fabulous deals you can find on the Therm O Web website.


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I’m a proud designer for Therm O Web which is the company that makes things like Fusible Interfacing and Deco Foil amongst other things!


Throughout the past few years I’ve shared with you projects I’ve done that have utilized Thermoweb products.  Above is a BOM I shared that featured decofoil.  Decofoil is a fun and easy way to add pizzazz to any quilting project!  You can even decofoil on rocks if you want!

chubby elephant mug rug

Thermoweb has a great product for paper piecing too - StitchnSew™ EZ Print Quilt Block Sheets – and you can see how it works on my post about my “Chubby Elephant” mug rug!

Another one of their products I absolutely love are the inkjet transfer sheets! They work great on dark or light fabrics. 

IMG_5489 - CopyMy favorite thing to do right now is to print pictures onto the lite fabric transfer sheets and fusing it to fabrics that then show through the picture.  It creates such an amazing “arty” effect – I just know I’ll be doing this more in the future!  See more about it on the “Time Warp” quilt post.

Keep an eye on the ThermoWeb blog for the next few weeks especially to get more great diy gift and ornament ideas!

memory tree

I posted a tutorial for making the “Memory Tree” ornament last year for the holidays. 

I recommend using this great sale to stock up on …

at the very least!  Be sure to check out the site and the blog for more great ideas and ways to use their fantastic projects. 

If you’re into challenges … *throat clear* like Project QUILTING … all these products are great to have at hand!

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