Applique is a form of sewing in which you create shapes out of fabric and adhere them to a larger piece of fabric. This definition is very vague because there are so many ways to achieve this effect. From traditional needle turn applique to quick raw edge applique to freezer paper applique, and many more. […]
I actually really LOVE the art of appliqué! Even though I don't use it that much (practically never) but I do love seeing others' works on the Internet and appreciate the artistry so much :) My October project that I've mentioned earlier in this post is also appliqué-friendly and, personally, I'm going to experiment a little in this field! So I thought if anyone wants to try the same I should tell a bit more about the methods of applique in advance. Method 1 So, the first thing you should…
Detailed step by step guide for raw edge machine applique with fusible web, also known as fusible applique. This is the easiest and the fastest applique method, that can be learned in less than 5 minutes from a straightforward video tutorial! The guide also includes a free printable infographic for a later reference. Check it out!
A tutorial on how to use HeatnBond Lite Iron-On Adhesive Sheets and Lite Iron-On Adhesive Sheets to achieve impeccable fusible applique for all your quilting dreams. Mary Ellen’s Best Press, Mary Ellen’s Spray and Misting bottle, Oliso Pro TG1600 Smart Iron, Oliso M2Pro Mini Project Iron