Fabric Glue dries almost clear, and dries about as quickly as white craft glue does. Its ideal use is fabric to fabric, and it can also be used to glue rhinestones to fabric. Its biggest strength is that it can withstand washing and dry cleaning, though not as well as sewing. The glue will stiffen the fabric it's used on, so be aware of that. My uses: gluing felt to felt for appliques, gluing fabric to paper for a card, gluing fabric to fabric for an easy seam on projects that won't be worn or washed, and as a replacement for basting/pinning before sewing.

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