Are you a messy fuser? Do you get fusible web stuck to your ironing surface and lament the errors of your ways?
Then maybe you need a Teflon sheet to protect your ironing surface from that sticky fusible web mess.
Here you see a handy Teflon pressing sheet saving my ironing board from the glue. You could be a lucky winner of that very Teflon sheet this week!
In celebration of my first online class on Creative Spark, called Little Bird and Daisies! I’m giving away items for the workshop every Tuesday until the end of the year. Leave a comment below, and you may be the lucky winner of today’s giveaway!
When making a fused art quilt, your fabric choices can make a difference between a successful quilt and a disaster. (Ask me how I know!) Here are a few tips:
Choose fabrics with no finish like 100% cotton hand-dyed and batik fabrics for raw edge fusing. The color in these fabrics goes through the cloth. (Printed fabrics with a white back will show a white edge around each element when fused and cut.)
Select fabrics with a high thread count. They fray less when cut.
Wash your fabric to remove any starch or sizing before fusing. Do not use fabric softener.
Winner of our Tuesday Giveaway!
Our latest winner of the Little Bird and Daisies workshop giveaway is Veronica. Congratulations! May you enjoy your pre-fused fabric kit for the class.
In celebration of my new online class on Creative Spark, called Little Bird and Daisies, I’m giving away fun items every Tuesday until the end of the year. Leave a comment below, and you may be the lucky winner!
Today I’m giving away the fabrics needed to make Little Bird and Daisies. A combination of hand-dyed and batik fabrics, they are already fused for your convenience.
Use them if you’ve already signed up for the class or for your own projects.
To win the fabrics leave a comment on today’s blog. The giveaway closes on Thursday and I announce the winner on Friday.