Thanks for the question. A lot depends on the actual temperature at the adhesive layers. For instance, silicone adhesives typically have upper temperature limits around 500 – 600 °F, but a heating element can get much hotter than that.
Assuming that the ceramic blanket adequately lowers the temperature on the cloth/wood interface, you could consider flexible liquid adhesives for that. I would suggest testing a nitrile or neoprene adhesive such as 3M™ Nitrile Industrial Adhesive 4491 or 3M™ Neoprene High Performance Contact Adhesive 1357. You can find technical details and application instructions in the Technical Data Sheets:
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