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Print & Piece Fuse Lite Stabilizer By Quilters Select

Quilters Select Print & Piece Fuse Lite Stabilizer By Quilters Select Makes needle-turn applique faster and easier.. Product #: Q.S.-Fuse-Lite based on 2 reviews Regular price: $20.99 $20.99 9

Quilters Select Print & Piece Fuse Lite

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This fiber-based stabilizer is used for needle-turn appliqué.

The 8.5 x 11 inch precut sheets can be printed in your home office printer, or you can trace your applique pattern on them. Then, simply cut out your piece, position it on your fabric and press in place with an iron. Cut your appliqué piece out leaving a 1/4 inch border, turn and glue the edge, and stitch in place. Once completed, wash your quilt; this will make half of the fibers dissipate, and the remaining half will create a slight loft under your appliqué piece.

Contains 25 8.5 x 11 inch sheets

 

Eileen Ellis
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I do a lot of hand appliqué and I prepare all the pieces. I used to use freezer paper but after I was stuck having to remove freezer paper and basting stitches on 800 leaves from the back of a quilt I said enough! I am not proficient evough to...

I do a lot of hand appliqué and I prepare all the pieces. I used to use freezer paper but after I was stuck having to remove freezer paper and basting stitches on 800 leaves from the back of a quilt I said enough! I am not proficient evough to do needle turn with out preparing the pieces and I am pretty picky about how my work looks. So I bought some of this paper, pulled out my appliquick tools and sew line glue pen and gave it a try. I am sold. Into the trash with the freezer paper. I have had no problem sewing the pieces on with the glue and the paper and I figure I am saving myself hours of aggravation. It really didn’t take much practice to use those appliquick tools. I have had no issues doing curves or deep valleys. I wish I had tried this earlier.

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