If you’re working with larger pieces of fusible appliqué for appliqué quilt patterns, or other appliqué projects, this method (windowing fusible applique) eliminates the stiffness you often get with those other methods. This approach to appliqué quilts and projects leaves you with a soft, cuddle-worthy finished product. Fused shapes will be the reverse of the pattern you trace. If it’s important for an object to face a certain direction, make a reverse pattern to trace. We do this quickly by tracing the design on tracing paper, then turning the paper over and tracing the design through onto the other side of the paper – see how in the free lesson download below!
About Windowing Fusible Appliqué
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