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Fusible Web Applique Snowmen - a WIP

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Fun With Fusible Appliqué taught by Debby Luttrell

Discover the power of fusibles as you turn fun patterns into adorable appliqué. Learn fundamentals for fusible appliqué, decorative stitching and more!

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Funky
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What materials did you use? Just used scraps of material I had in my stash - all cotton and used Gutterman Embroidery Thread in the top and Raisant in the bobbin. Used blanket, zigzag and satin stitches - just getting used to my machine. Thanks to Deb for pushing me out of my comfort zone with applique process - used visoflex to attach the pieces on the backing fabric - still not sure whether it will be a table runner or a bed drape for my oldest nephew - just have to work out how to do the facial features. Have the backing fabric and binding to make it a Christmas present.

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What are you most proud of? That this is the most applique work I have even done and stuck to a routine of doing it for hours

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take extreme caution with using visoflex in warm temperatures like ours because the fusible backing comes off very quickly - I only buy a meter at a time and store it in a dark cupboard that seems to help. Definitely do a stitch sampler of your machine to decide which stitches will look the most effective - I went conservative on this one with only 3 different stitches and only used white and gold Gutterman because I wanted the snowmen to speak for themselves.

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