As more people have used this spray, I've been receiving questions about other ways that it can be used. I've found another fantastic use for it: binding. Okay, you will still have to stitch the binding down, but you can use the Multi-Purpose Quilt Spray to hold the binding in place so it is much easier for you to stitch. No more pins or clips required!
I'm sure you've heard the advice that a glass of wine can help relax you when you are free motion quilting: how about vodka? Not your usual quilt studio cocktail, but why not? Okay, while I'm using vodka in the quilt studio, it's not for drinking, it's for making an alternate version of the Multi-Purpose Quilt Spray.
The Multi-Purpose Quilt Spray has quite a strong medicinal odour and it would be great if something could be added to it to change it to a more pleasant smell. I’m not a parfumière, but my first thought was to add essential oil to the spray. So I did. I added several drops of lavender oil to the already made spray and let it sit for several days.
I've had such a positive response to this homemade concoction, that I've created a FREE download for you with the recipe to make it as well as tips for the Multi-Purpose Quilt Spray. You'll want to keep this valuable information close at hand so you'll be ready to whip up a new batch whenever you need it.