Follow these steps to learn how to do invisible machine appliqué. Additionally, the Fons & Porter staff offer a tip on creating a heavier template — trace the pattern design on freezer paper and iron the waxy sides together. When it comes to applique, many quilters find a technique that they like and stick with it. If you find this technique doesn’t work for your purposes, be sure to test drive other applique techniques to find the right match for you, your project and your quilting career!
About Invisible Machine Appliqué
Colleen Tauke, Sewing Specialist and Jean Nolte, Editor, for Fons & Porter, demonstrate how to prepare pieces for invisible machine appliqué stitching, how to do invisible stitching, and how to add free motion quilting with a stitch regulator. If you’re looking for another quilting video tutorial on a particular technique, check out our Sew Easy lessons to find it there.