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  1. Lynne Brotman
    October 29, 2010 @ 6:00 pm

    I love the Tyvek pieces that you have done. As an art quilter, I am always looking for new techniques, and when I saw the photos, I flipped. I will have to buy your DVD.
    Lynne

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    • Linda Matthews
      October 3, 2011 @ 5:04 pm

      Thanks Lynne, I’m sure you’ll enjoy the dvd :)

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  2. kate tremul
    October 3, 2011 @ 10:29 am

    I just vistied Materials Concept blog and from there to others OMG!! there is a whole world of Tyvek lovers and uses Can we use the Tyvek ground sheets etc that are mentioned ??? do you know of any Tyvek reclable things i may be able to use ??
    will you have soem at the Bris arts and crafts show ??
    so many things to learn
    cheers
    kt n critters xxxx

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    • Linda Matthews
      October 3, 2011 @ 5:08 pm

      Hi Kate, yes you can recycle the tyvek that you find around the place, and you can also find it pre-packaged and online at Joggles
      http://www.joggles.com
      Sadly I won’t be at the Brisbane arts and craft show because I now live in Central Florida, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy the show if you’re planning to go there :)

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  3. Lauren T
    August 1, 2014 @ 6:10 pm

    Linda-
    I’m really intrigued by the possibilities of Tyvek, but I’m wondering if it’s safe to heat it. Any chance it’s off-gassing something nasty when heated?

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    • LindaM
      August 4, 2014 @ 10:52 am

      Anything you burn will have an emission of some sort so you should always work in a well ventilated area. I don’t believe emissions from tyvek are dangerous however if you’re concerned you should contact the manufacturer.

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