Created by: MaryLou55
Project

Gingko Flurries

What are you most proud of? I finished it! I also tried a new kind of fusible adhesive. Pellon 800 Clear Fuse is very interesting to work with. I am not totally sold on it. The cellophane backing can be used the same way the parchment backing can after it is peeled off the adhesive, as a press cloth to protect your iron. It is totally transparent which makes it easier to see where you are applying the iron, but it tends to have a lot of static build up, and it immediately clings to whatever it comes near, like your hands. When stitching over fused fabric, it doesn't clog up the needle. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Play and enjoy! Step back every once in a while and look at your beautiful creation, and let it take you where it wants to go!

You Can Make This

MaryLou55 made Gingko Flurries with:

  • 100% cotton batiks
  • Pellon 800 Clear Fuse fusible adhesive
  • Warm and Natural Cotton Batting

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I finished it! I also tried a new kind of fusible adhesive. Pellon 800 Clear Fuse is very interesting to work with. I am not totally sold on it. The cellophane backing can be used the same way the parchment backing can after it is peeled off the adhesive, as a press cloth to protect your iron. It is totally transparent which makes it easier to see where you are applying the iron, but it tends to have a lot of static build up, and it immediately clings to whatever it comes near, like your hands. When stitching over fused fabric, it doesn't clog up the needle. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Play and enjoy! Step back every once in a while and look at your beautiful creation, and let it take you where it wants to go!

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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