With the warmer months approaching, at least for those of you in the northern hemisphere, it's time to think about keeping things cool when it gets hot outside. There's no simpler way to do this than with using insulated fabric when you sew.
Insulated Fabrics Keep Things Hot OR Cold
Insulation works by reducing heat transfer between objects by either reflecting thermal that is radiated or by decreasing heat conduction or convection. That all sounds complicated, but it really just all about reducing the movement of heat. When using insulated fabric to keep something warm, a common misconception is that the insulation keeps the cold out, but in reality, it stops the movement of heat out and keeps the item warm.
Sewing Projects Using Insulated Fabric Roundup
Here's a list of some of the best Sewing Projects Using Insulated Fabric that I could find on the internet. I hope they are of value to you. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.
Need An Insulated Lunch Bag?
This particular pattern below isn't free but for a small price you can have detailed printable instructions and a full video tutorial. You may want to check out this insulated lunch bag pattern.
Check out this intro from the how to sew video so you can see what the bag looks like
The full video tutorial for how to sew comes with the pattern purchase.
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