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There are many laminated fabrics and oilcloths available from retailers but you can also laminate your own with a clear iron on vinyl. After a long absence, this Heat N Bond Vinyl product has now been re-stocked in the Haby Goddess online store.

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Featured Laminated Fabrics:


Amy Butler Love Laminated Trumpet Flowers Pink

Amy Butler Love Laminated Trumpet Flowers Pink


Designed by Amy Butler for Westminster Fabrics, this cotton laminate features a large scale flower design. The color palette includes citron, ivory, maroon. light blue and tangerine. A soft protective film is laminated to the face of the fabric. This fabric is appropriate for bags, raincoats, shower curtains, tablecloths, placemats and more!




Nicey Jane Laminated Cotton Lindy Leaf Blue

Nicey Jane Laminated Cotton Lindy Leaf Blue

Designed by Heather Bailey from the Nicey Jane fabric collection for Free Spirit. This cotton laminate features a leaf design, colors include ivory, sage and light blue. A soft protective film is laminated to the face of the fabric. This fabric is appropriate for raincoats, shower curtains, tablecloths, placemats and more!





Michael Miller Laminated Cotton Daisy Dreams Brown

Michael Miller Laminated Cotton Daisy Dreams Brown

From Michael Miller Fabrics, this laminated fabric meets the key provisions of the CPSIA (Comprehensive Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008). Does not contain any lead or thyolate. Soft, protective film is laminated to the face of the fabric, its softness makes this cloth extremely pliable for fashion, and the durability combined with easy-care convenience (cleans up easily with a damp cloth) can be brought to your table with great style. Color palette is pink, yellow orange, white and aqua on a brown background. Perfect for raincoats, shower curtains, tablecloths and placemats too!



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