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Where to Find Iron Shut Tea Bags?

Does anyone know where to find Iron Shut Tea Bags?

Sheri from Rathdrum, Idaho

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November 3, 20070 found this helpful

Not sure what you're planning to do with them, but how about making your own out of coffee filters and some stitch witchery (iron-on fusible webbing that can be found in the fabric dept at Wal-Mart). I know I've seen these supplies suggested for making "bath tea" with dried flowers. Good luck!

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November 4, 20070 found this helpful

Here's where I get mine: www.mountainroseherbs.com/.../search.php?keywords=tea+bags Also check out their marvelous teas and fresh herbs!

As someone who worked in craft and fabric stores, I cannot recommed the use of fusible tape or webbing. It's too fiddly and unreliable, and is not intended for food applications.

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November 4, 20070 found this helpful

Ok! I consider myself some what intelligent! Please tell me what "Iron Shut Tea Bags"are.Keeper

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November 5, 20070 found this helpful

Keeper, they are for people who want to make their own tea bags using loose tea and/or dried herbs.

I've gotten some foldover ones and ones that hang (from a stick) over your cup from Stash Tea. I'm not sure if they have the ones that you iron.

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November 5, 20070 found this helpful

The first teabag ever invented was made of silk, so other fabrics might work too? Maybe reusables?

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