Wash Away Applique Sheets

Draw applique motifs or print them on these handy sheets with an ink-jet printer, fuse the paper to your applique fabric, sew on the motif, then just wash away the paper after stitching.

Wash Away Applique Sheets

Draw applique motifs or print them on these handy sheets with an ink-jet printer, fuse the paper to your applique fabric, sew on the motif, then just wash away the paper after stitching. Appliques are soft and flexible without the need to cut your quilt or remove freezer paper.

More Hand Applique By Machine

WASH-AWAY APPLIQUE SHEETS For some time we quilters have had water-
soluble paper that we can use instead of freezer paper, and it works okay.
Without a fusible side, this paper must first be glued to the fabric and then glue
basted—a ...

More Hand Applique By Machine

Appliqué that Looks Needle-Turned, with No Hand Sewing! Create machine-sewn appliqué that looks like you spent hours needle turning by hand. Use fast assembly-line techniques to reduce preparation time. Learn to adjust your machine to create stitches that no one will believe were machine sewn. Have fun with fancy stitching, decorative threads, and appliqué trapunto. Try out the techniques on 9 traditional-style wallhangings. If you hate hand sewing, or can't sew by hand, or you simply like to do everything the fastest, easiest way, this clever new appliqué method is just what you've been waiting for. Beth Ferrier's breezy style makes learning fun. This accessible guide to creating fine fabric art with digital photos covers everything from the tools and equipment you'll need, to designing, finishing, and assembling your quilt.

Appli quilting Appliqu Quilt at the Same Time

Appli-quilt with this all-in-one, timesaving approach to applique and quilting. Apply applique shapes and free-motion quilting in one step with raw-edge, fusible, and turned-edge applique plus wash-away sheets.

Appli quilting   Appliqu     Quilt at the Same Time

Appli-quilt with this all-in-one, timesaving approach to applique and quilting. Apply applique shapes and free-motion quilting in one step with raw-edge, fusible, and turned-edge applique plus wash-away sheets.

Quilting

Appliqué by machine can be done in a variety of ways. Depending on the method
... Use template plastic or (1) freezer paper to make your appliqué templates. ...
cut-away, tear-away, or wash-away stabilizer underneath the background fabric.

Quilting

"You can't go wrong here." This book is your one-stop resource for all things quilting. With hundreds of eye-catching. full-color photos, professional illustrations, and clear step-by-step instructions, this beginner's guide has you covered. Quilting will turn any novice into an expert quilter in no time. More than 20 sample projects will reinforce your quilting skills and spark your creativity. You'll find page after page of inspiration, turning you into a quilting fiend. This book also includes: Instructions for both machine and hand sewing Tips for selecting and preparing fabric Basic and advanced sewing techniques All things appliqué Detailed instructions for pulling your projects together into a beautiful handmade quilt!

More Fabric Art Collage

... Silicone Release Paper; Spunbond; TAP, Transfer Artist Paper; Timtex;
WasheAway Applique' Sheets www.ctpub.com ... scissors, Wash Away Wonder
Tape by Dritz www.dritz.com Ranger Industries Inc. Adirondack Color Wash dye,
alcohol ...

More Fabric Art Collage

In this follow-up to her bestselling first book, Fabric Art Collage—40+ Mixed Media Techniques, Rebekah Meier inspires you even more to stretch the boundaries of fabrics, papers, and fibers. Explore more than 60 new surface-design techniques with 7 richly layered projects. Learn how to combine creative processes like resists and image transfers with unique surfaces, embellishments, and found objects to create dimensional works of art. Transform everyday materials such as batting and foil into something even more extraordinary than you ever dreamed was possible! Mixed-media artists at any skill level will find something fresh and fascinating to try.

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

Position a piece of Wash - Away slightly larger than the laces on one half of a
nonstick appliqué pressing sheet . • Place the laces on the Wash - Away , butting
the long edges of the laces . • Fold the pressing sheet over the laces and press .

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

Dressmaking, Machine Sewing, Tailoring.

Five hundred one sewing hints

Wonder-Under Note Cards A little fusible web turns paper, fabric, and ribbon
scraps into unique greeting cards that are so easy ... Dry- Away Your Wash -
Away When I don't wish to completely wet an article to remove Wash-Away
stabilizer, I wet a towel, wring it out well ... Wanda Baker, Harrison, AK A Dryer
Idea To back appliques with another fabric layer, stitch around the layers, leaving
an opening for ...

Five hundred one sewing hints

Presents over five hundred sewing hints from viewers of the "Sewing with Nancy" television series; covering organization, notions, sewing techniques, embellishments, specialized sewing, fitting and pressing, and layout and marking.

Appliqu Quiltmaking

If you should wish to knot an entire quilt — top, batting, and bottom (although
sometimes a flannel sheet can be used between the top ... One or two strands of
yarn may be used; use polyester yarn because wool will wash away quite quickly
.

Appliqu   Quiltmaking

Starting with an exploration of color and design, presents the basics of quiltmaking.

Applique Innovations

Another variety of tear- away is an evenly perforated material suitable for
stabilizing most fabrics. It has a ... A lightweight tear-away backing which washes
away when laundered may be desired when it is necessary to completely remove
the stabilizer. Some fibers may still ... For a firmer backing, press two or three
layers together using a good press cloth or preferably a TeflonTM press sheet. In
humid ...

Applique Innovations

"I'm an unabashed Agnes Mercik fan...She is not only an outstanding designer with an exquisite sense of color, but she understands how to use the stitches on the sewing machine....this book contains many delightful innovations, such as overlaying the basic satin stitch with a metallic blanket stitch for extra sparkle...After covering the basics...Agnes designs projects using...corded, cutwork, elastic, non-traditional Mola, wing needle, tone-on-tone, upside-down, and wool. Each project is classic and elegant...You will be able to use these shapes on many items....Highly recommended."--The Creative Machine.

Essential Sewing Guide

webs AND STABILIZERS Woven or nonwoven fusible web has adhesive on both
sides , and it may have a paper covering ... stabilizer Perfect Sew Appliqué ,
machine embroidery ; apply to fabric and let dry ; wash away after stitching
Appliqué ...

Essential Sewing Guide

New from sewing expert Nancy Zieman comes an essential reference guide for anyone who sews. Both beginner and advanced sewers will appreciate the convenient information and easy-reference charts--all accompanied by color diagrams and photos. Plus, readers will love Nancy's special hints and tips in her popular "Notes from Nancy". This valuable guide will invariably become a sewer's best friend.