Easily Remove Paper from Fusible Web with This Tip
June 4, 2018 |
| Quilting How-To
No More Picking at Edges to Get the Paper to Release!
Fusible web makes applique so much easier. Simply trace the desired shape onto the paper side of the web, press it to the back of fabric and cut out around the traced line. Then remove the paper backing.
That’s where things can get tricky because it can sometimes be difficult to get an edge to lift up so you can neatly remove the paper. Picking at the edges can cause the fabric to fray, which you don’t want happening.
Instead, try this trick from Susan of Quilt Fabrication. It’s quick, easy and practically foolproof. She explains how it works in the following article.
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