An Innovative Method for Quick Machine Applique

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No Fusible Web Needed!

This video shows an innovative and time saving way to do machine applique. Another plus is that the quilt top will be soft and flexible, unlike some fusible applique methods.

The secret is fusible thread. Watch the video below by Laura from Sew Very Easy and see it’s used. There are a lot of tips for using the thread and you’ll love how simple it is to put an appliqued top together.

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

While Laura does use fusible web for the back of her entire wall quilt, that’s not necessary for projects that you prefer to be soft and supple.

Threads used in the video:


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