My new "best friend", Fast to Fuse.
I love all the fabric craft projects that I can do with this product. It is a stiff batting type of product with fusible web on both sides. I used it to make my Briefcase Style Tote
My newest project is decorative envelopes that my friend Betty Daggett showed me how to do.
1. Cut a rectangular piece of Fast to Fuse and backing fabric 12" x 20" for a standard paper folder (8 1/2" x 11").
4. Place an applique pressing sheet under the project and if you have a second pressing sheet put it on top. Otherwise place a piece of muslin on top. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for fusing. Trim off excess fabric around the edges. One side is now complete. Turn it over and the fuse the inside lining fabric on the back.
5. Free motion quilt the layers together. (Top layer, Fast to Fuse and inside lining fabric) This is a good place to practice doodling designs.
Happy Exploring, Jean