Pellon Interfacing Charm Packs

All interfacing charm packs have been sent out. Thank you!

You might remember that as part of my Sewing Summit Advanced Bags Class this month, I cut and labelled a charm pack for all of my students to take home with them…10 different Pellon interfacings that I commonly use when making bags. Since they are labelled, they are a great tool to use in combination with my blog post about bag interfacing!

Pellon has generously sent me a box of interfacings to cut into charm squares to distribute to anyone who would like a charm pack of their own! Yay Pellon!

So what do you have to do to get your free charm pack of interfacing?

1. Comment on this blog post (make sure your e-mail address is connected to your account, otherwise write out your e-mail in your comment); I will reply back with my mailing address.

2. Send me an SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) with enough postage to send you back a charm pack. The return envelope should be large enough (at least 6″ x 6″) and contain enough postage for me to mail you back a charm pack (it weighs 3oz., so in the U.S. that would be $1.95). Stamps are fine on the envelope, or you can print out a post-dated Paypal shipping label too.

It’s that easy! You’ll receive a ziploc bag with 10 Pellon bag interfacings, all labelled/stapled (some pieces may be smaller than 5″ x 5″, depending on my cutting lol). I should have enough packs to get about 60 people their own charm packs. Just a little disclaimer, the postage must be on the SASE or I won’t be able to return your pack to you. I’m doing this in my ‘free time’ and I reserve the right to refuse to send a charm pack to anyone who doesn’t follow instructions. Thanks! :-)

68 thoughts on “Pellon Interfacing Charm Packs

  1. You are so wonderful to do this! I get so confused by all the different types of interfacing. THanks so much!! I will be putting my SASE in the mail after Hurricane Sandy passes by. I live in Brooklyn NY and don’t plan on leaving my house until she is gone. sb349 @ yahoo.com

  2. I would love a charm pack!! I just tackled my first bag and I’m ready to try another more challenging project but I’m still unsure on the different types and what substitutions I can make since my store doesn’t carry everything. Also, I’ve gotten some ideas for self drafted projects that I’m unsure which interfacing is appropriate. Thanks for taking the time to cut them up!! misty.ann.fletcher@gmail.com

  3. This sounds brilliant! I struggle with which interfacing to purchase for which projects, then I don’t remember what kind I bought once it’s home and I’ve slept! Thank you for taking the time to do this. My email is quiltyreader(at)gmail(dot)com

  4. I would love one! This is like an answered prayer!! I saw your IG pic talking about this for Sewing Summit and thought it was a great idea! It is crazy to figure out what Pellon goes with what, and although I can find some Pellon in Cancun, not all is available… Now, about the shipping, could I send it to you via Paypal?? I hope you consider that option :)

    bea968 {at} gmail {dot} com

  5. It would be wonderful to have one of these packs. I’m still new to making things that require interfacing and I find myself just standing there not sure what to buy. Being able to feel it at home with the fabrics would really help.

  6. what a great idea… look at everyone jumping up for this!! (seems like a good etsy shop idea or independent seller idea, too….) i only have one kind… and i don’t even know what that is. thank you!!

  7. Wow thanks for spending your free time doing this! I just started sewing again and I would love to play with different interfacing! abbey.thompson@gmail(dot)com.. Thanks again!

  8. That would be so awesome! I am endlessly confused by which interfacing I need :(

    I am in Canada, but I’m pretty sure that I can print a USPS label online that I can put on the SASE for you to mail back to me – would that be ok? chezrooblog at gmail dot com

    Thanks!

  9. Great idea, but would it be possible to have it sent to Europe???????????? I’m always confused with interfacing. Thanks for being so helpful!

  10. new to your blog but now I look forward to it. Always the first email I open!! Would love a charm pack of interfacing. I’m new to this world so have no idea if this has my email attached – here it is kristysmith84(at)yahoodotcom. Thanks!

  11. I would like charm pack if you have any left. Love your new dress and the one you made from your quilt! Very brave of you:) thanks for the time your taking to offer this interfacing!

    1. I am so sorry, I seem to have lost your email. I know I saw it in my inbox but cannot find it now. If you have time would you resend your message. Thanks, have a gray weekend!

  12. Wow, what a great gift idea. I am always testing out new weights of interfacing but never thought to keep a little library of them. I would love to be a recipient of one of these fabulous little charm packs! Thanks in advance. jessica@trimmer.us

  13. Hi, Sara! I’ve been struggling to understand and get to know the different types of interfacing… one of these charm packs would be really useful for me. Do you still have some or I’m too late? I hope not… my email is cpessoa (at) gmail.com.
    Thank You so much for offering.

    Christiane

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