Whether or not you are able to attend the SGIA in Las Vegas next week, you can still be part of what’s going on, live at the GroupeSTAHL booth. If you are there in person, make sure you stop by Booth 3059, we will have plenty of live demonstrations and you can see all the latest CAD-CUT and CAD-COLOR materials for yourself, as well as test drive the new Fusion heat press. But if you can’t make it– we will be broadcasting tons of informative content–news you can really use–to the web every day with videos, blog posts, tweets, text updates and more. All you need to do in order to get all of the content we plan on publishing from the booth is follow this account on Twitter: @GroupeStahlSGIA. If you’re going to the show, make sure you take a moment to sign up for text alerts that can be sent to your mobile phone. By signing up, you’ll be automatically entered to win an iPAD. You’ll also be connected to in-booth only specials, promos and demo updates. Click here to sign up: stahls.com
And if you are at the show, I would love the opportunity to meet you in person. I’ll be speaking and giving demonstrations on transfers everyday at 3:00pm at booth 2923. I will be available to answer your questions in person and look forward to meeting many of you.
Ted I need your help! I do large (17″x12″) appliques on baby blankets and I have been searching for a flexible pressure sensitive adhesive to put on the back of my fabrics. The ps960 is too heavy and gives the applique and blanket a stiffness like a hockey jersey logo…not good for a baby blanket. Other adhesives I have tried that are flexible do not adhere well. Do you have an adhesive you use on t-shirts that would fit my criteria. I would sincerely appreciate your advice. Thank you, Tracey Arkell
Thanks for reading and here is a suggestion from Josh Ellsworth regarding finding an adhesive for use on baby blankets:
I would start by suggesting the Thermoadhesive: http://www.stahls.com/materials-thermo-adhesive
I personally like this solution on t-shirts. If it is too thick there aren’t any other stock options but we certainly have other adhesives that we can sample to her.
If she wants to cut it on the cutter, she will also need a roll of Magic Mask Low Tack and a squeegee to mount the adhesive to a carrier. If she is cutting by hand, no worries.
If you want to contact him directly, here is his information:
Also, you might want to visit his blog, http://www.joshellsworth.com