Fusible bonding web, also called Stitch Witchery, is a double-sided hot melt glue adhesive that can bond two non-fusible fabrics together with the aid of a hot iron. 29.5" (75cm) wide. The 109 yard roll is 100 meters long.
To use this paper-backed version, lay one fabric you want to fuse face down on your pressing board and then lay this fusible on top, with the paper side up. With a hot dry iron, press through the paper -- again, making sure the side with glue is between the paper and the fabric, not the paper and the iron. After a good press, (depending on your iron and fabric, about 10 seconds is a good rule of thumb) pull the paper off the fusible to expose the second side of the glue, and then lay the second fabric on top, right side up and away from the glue, and give it another good press. Note that it's always wise to use a press cloth when working with fusibles.
This material is included in our Fusible Interlining Sample Book.