Have you ever hot glued fabric?

I want to use hair scarves, pillow cases,or even a cut up sheet to cover my pillows. I have no money and only a glue gun. Thank you.
q have you ever hot glued fabric
  8 answers
  • Yes you can use a glue gun on fabric. Make sure you have a nail file, letter opener, old credit card to smooth out the hot glue without burning your fingers.
  • Margaret Margaret on Feb 17, 2018
    The glue gun leaves hardy "pieces" ... it's best to just tie the fabric around the pillow (a lot of How-to Steps on internet!!!) -- or go to walmart sewing section and buy that iron-on sticky tape... it works great for hemming and "sewing" without really seeing !! (Or dbl stick tape is even better than hot glue gun glue !!
    • Shay Johnson Shay Johnson on Feb 17, 2018
      I have no money to shop with. The money I have is not available for this. Thank you I will check hot glue.
  • Huntress Huntress on Feb 17, 2018
    Walmart or any fabric stores sell a product that glues pieces together and all it requires is an iron. You put the pieces together with this between them, iron and you have two pieces attached together. It is called Stitch Witch and I have used it for a lot of things, make pillow cases, fixing hems on clothes and curtains. Cheap and easy.
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Feb 17, 2018
    I would keep the glue to the edges only, that way if it is a little stiff, it won't create hard spots on the pillow itself. If it does start to come apart, it will be easy to fix with a little more hot glue.
  • Cythia Valentin Cythia Valentin on Feb 17, 2018
    Hi been there and yes you can glue fabric with hot glue use it all the time, but you can also tie your pillows with out glueing
  • Jana Jana on Feb 19, 2018
    You can hot glue them as long as they are not going to be used very hard. If you want something that may take a bit of use, especially for the pillows, get iron on tape - some is called stitch witchery - it holds great
  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Feb 19, 2018
    Yes you can! They make specific hot glue sticks JUST FOR FABRIC! Make sure this is the glue you use since it is made specifically for delicate fabrics and is based on the temp of the glue. Go for it!
  • Shay Johnson Shay Johnson on Feb 19, 2018
    It was so easy and super cheap.
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