Master Fusible Applique with These Short Videos

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Even Experienced Quilters Will Find Great Tips from This Expert!

If you haven’t done much fusible applique, or even if you have, you’re sure to find a lot of great ideas in these two excellent videos.





Applique expert Edyta Sitar from Laundry Basket Quilts joins Kimberly of the Fat Quarter Shop to show us how she makes a fusible applique quilt block.

The first video demonstrates creating the block itself and preparing it for stitching. Edyta tells us what supplies and tools she prefers, and offers many tips for creating a beautifully made block.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

The second video shows how to stitch down the edges of the applique pieces. Again, Edyta provides many helpful tips about tools and methods for several types of outline stitching.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

These are some of the best fusible applique demo videos we’ve seen. You’re sure to find a lot of great tips you can use.

Products Edyta uses (click each to learn more):

Heat ‘n Bond Lite

Best Press Clear Starch

Cut ‘n Press Ironing Pad

T-fal Ultra Glide Iron

Invisible Thread – Choose Smoke or Clear (white)

 

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