13 Best Sewing Fusible & Hem Tape

List Updated September 2022

Bestselling Sewing Fusible & Hem Tape in 2022


Dritz Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web Regular Weight.625" X20yd

Dritz Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web Regular Weight.625
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • DRITZ-Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web is regular weight and can be used for hems trims and belts
  • Offers the home sewer and crafter new and innovative ways to finish projects neatly and professionally
  • Made in United States

Singer 00222 Iron-On Fusing Web Regular Weight 3/4"X15 Yards

Singer 00222 Iron-On Fusing Web Regular Weight 3/4
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022

Singer Heavy Duty Iron-On Fusing Web, Fabric Adhesive

Singer Heavy Duty Iron-On Fusing Web, Fabric Adhesive
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Heavy-duty hold
  • 3/4-inch x 8 yards
  • Mend tears in fabric and seams easily
  • No-sew fusible web, no fuss application
  • Iron on strip fuses two pieces of fabric
  • Singer heavy duty iron-on fusing web is a no-sew fix that will securely bond heavier fabrics like denim, corduroy or twill that can be steam pressed
  • The product is a fusible iron on adhesive web that can be used to fix hems, facings, trims, etc all without sewing
  • Once the fusing web is in place fabrics are washable and can be dry cleaned
  • Each package contains tape that is 8-yard long and is 3/4-inch wide
  • Each package contains a heavy duty tape that is 8-yard long and is 3/4-inch wide

HeatnBond Hem Iron-On Adhesive, Regular Weight, 3/8 Inch x 10 Yards

HeatnBond Hem Iron-On Adhesive, Regular Weight, 3/8 Inch x 10 Yards
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

Outus Fabric Fusing Tape Adhesive Hem Tape Iron-on Tape Each 27 Yards, 2 Pack (1 Inch)

Outus Fabric Fusing Tape Adhesive Hem Tape Iron-on Tape Each 27 Yards, 2 Pack (1 Inch)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Fabric fusing tape: hem tape width is 1 inch, length is 27 yards, 2 rolls of hem iron-on tape, good for hems, no sew pillow cases, double backing ribbons, curtains
  • Easy to apply: flat the clothes, cut a piece tape and place it in the seam, damp the clothes surface, then leave the iron on it for about 10 seconds moving iron back and forth
  • Time-saving and durable: hem tape makes strong and reliable work to take place of stitches in most crafts and repairs, resulting durable stronger bond
  • Sturdy seal: hem iron-on tape help seal cloth tight, the hem is still holding strong after several washes and the fabric can be washed or dry cleaned
  • Normal application: fabric fusible bonding web tape is regular weight and can be applied for hemming broken of cloths, fabric arts and crafts and DIY anything

Dritz 226 5/8-Inch by 20-Yard Stitch Witchery, Ultra-Light

Dritz 226 5/8-Inch by 20-Yard Stitch Witchery, Ultra-Light
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • DRITZ-Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web
  • A fusible web that bonds two layers of fabric together when activated by a steam iron
  • Made in United States

Pellon 180T110 Knit N Stable White. 1" x 10 yd Tape

Pellon 180T110 Knit N Stable White. 1
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Pellon-Knit N Stable Tape - White. 1" x 10 yd Tape

Warm Company Steam-A-Seam 2 Double Stick Fusible Tape 1/2"X20 Yards

Warm Company Steam-A-Seam 2 Double Stick Fusible Tape 1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Bonds permanently when ironed
  • Make your own fusible bias tape
  • Perfect for no-sew projects
  • Perfect for seam and hem tape
  • Newly improved in Fall of 2014

Dritz 223 5/8-Inch by 13-Yard Stitch Witchery, Super

Dritz 223 5/8-Inch by 13-Yard Stitch Witchery, Super
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • DRITZ-Stitch Witchery Fusible Bonding Web
  • A fusible web that bonds two layers of fabric together when activated by a steam iron
  • Made in United States

Miraclekoo 71 Yards No Sew Hemming Tape Fabric Fusing Tape Hem Iron-on Adhesive 4/5 Inch, 3/5 Inch, 1/2 Inch,3 Pieces

Miraclekoo 71 Yards No Sew Hemming Tape Fabric Fusing Tape Hem Iron-on Adhesive 4/5 Inch, 3/5 Inch, 1/2 Inch,3 Pieces
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • HEM IRON-ON TAPE: hem tape width is 4/ 5 inch,3/ 5 inch,1/ 2 inch, length is 71 yards,3rolls of hem iron-on tape, good for hems, no sew pillow cases, enough to meet your needs.
  • EASY TO USE: flat the clothes, cut a piece tape and place it in the seam, damp the clothes surface, then leave the iron on it for about 10-14 seconds moving iron back and forth.
  • CONVENIENT:finish projects without strings and needles and hem tape makes reliable work to take place of stitches in most crafts and repairs.
  • STURDY SEAL: Heat activated; Permanent; Double-sided adhesive help seal cloth tight.
  • SUITABLE FOR VARIOUS MATERIALS: Regular Weigh is for light fabrics such as cotton, rayon, polyester blends and acrylic fabrics.

Outus Fabric Fusing Tape Adhesive Hem Tape Iron-on Tape Each 27 Yards, 2 Pack (3/8 Inch)

Outus Fabric Fusing Tape Adhesive Hem Tape Iron-on Tape Each 27 Yards, 2 Pack (3/8 Inch)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022
  • Fabric fusing tape: hem tape width is 3/ 8 inch, length is 27 yards, 2 rolls of hem iron-on tape, good for hems, no sew pillow cases, double backing ribbons, curtains
  • Easy to apply: flat the clothes, cut a piece tape and place it in the seam, damp the clothes surface, then leave the iron on it for about 10 seconds moving iron back and forth
  • Time-saving and durable: hem tape makes strong and reliable work to take place of stitches in most crafts and repairs, resulting durable stronger bond
  • Sturdy seal: hem iron-on tape help seal cloth tight, the hem is still holding strong after several washes and the fabric can be washed or dry cleaned
  • Normal application: fabric fusible bonding web tape is regular weight and can be applied for hemming broken of cloths, fabric arts and crafts and DIY anything

Singer Instant Hem Tape, 3/4-Inch by 15-Foot

Singer Instant Hem Tape, 3/4-Inch by 15-Foot
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022

Dritz 404 3/4-Inch by 5-Yard Res Q Double-Sided Clear Adhesive Tape

Dritz 404 3/4-Inch by 5-Yard Res Q Double-Sided Clear Adhesive Tape
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022
  • Double-sided clear adhesive tape clings to fabric, leather and paper without leaving a residue
  • For temporary repair of hems and seams and quick basting without pins
  • For general craft applications, do not stitch through tape
  • Cut tape to desired length. Fold back corner to separate tape from paper backing
  • Measures 3/4-inch width by 5-yard length

DIY: How to Hem Pants to Make Them Shorter

Whether you bought pants that were a little too long, or you just want to change your hem-line for the new season's fashions, you can hem your own pants and save a bundle on alteration fees.

The first step to hemming your own pants is to get an accurate measurement of what length you want them to be. The best way to do this is to put the pants on, stand up straight, and have a friend put a pin at the level you want your pants to end. It is important you have a friend do the pinning, because if you try to do it yourself the act of bending over to pin it will throw off your measurements.

You will only need to pin one leg, because later you will just make the other one match it. Once that pin is in, take the pants off and lay the pants flat with the legs together in order to find the same point on the opposite leg. Use scissors or a rotary cutter to cut off all but one inch below the pins. That cut off part can be discarded, or saved for use in craft projects.

You should now have one inch between the point that you pinned and the point that you cut off. Fold it up so that that bottom cut edge matches the line that your pin is on. Make sure you are folding towards the inside of the pants. Then fold a second time so that the second fold is right where the cut edge of the fabric is. This will leave you with a half inch section at the bottom that is 3 layers thick. You may want to take a few straight pins and pin that section to hold it in place later while you are sewing.

Using the same double fold procedure, form your three layer hem on the opposite leg and pin it in place as well. Then, stitch through all three layers on each leg.

Your stitch-line should be about three-quarters of the way up the half inch folded section. That stitch-line will hold your hem in place. If you would like to add a second decorative stitch, you can do that below it, (closer to the bottom edge).

Once your two stitch lines are in place, carefully tie knots in the tail ends of the thread that remains, and then cut away the extra thread.

Hemming your own pants is easy, and will save you a lot of money in alternations over time. You can even use the same procedure to turn pants into shorts if the lower sections of the legs wear out.

Please click on the author's name (above the article) to read more of her work on .

Related Bestselling Lists That You Might Like