I found this pattern for a pot holder that looks like a mini pie with lattice top and it calls for steam a seam two to bind the lattice “crust” to the fruit fabric instead of ruining the look with stitches. is steam a seam two the same as heat bond “tape”? And, will either hold enough to last as a pot holder? Will it last thru washes and daily use on hot pans?
This is the link to the pie pot holder tutorial
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