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Fusible Appliqué with Charlotte's Fusible Web pt. 1

Posted: 7 August 2012 at 6 a.m.

Fusible Thread for Applique.

Have you tried Fusible Applique before?  Imagine being able to appliqué without using the usual stiff adhesive webbing, not requiring the use of pins to keep things together, and the bonus factor of once your fabric has been appliquéd, it stays soft.

Charlotte's Fusible Web is a nylon fusible thread for Fusible Appliqué.  Replace stiff fusible webbing with fusible thread.  Wind onto the bobbin and stitch an outline of the appliqué piece using MonoPoly on top. Simply iron the appliqué piece onto your fabric, and the thread melts to fuse the fabrics together. Follow through with a nice satin stitch around the edges for a classy look.

  • No stiff permanent webbing to deal with.
  • No puckering of appliqué pieces.
  • Great alternative for fusible appliqué, especially when multiple layers are involved.

Charlotte's Fusible Web for Fusible Applique!

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  • 3. Mickey L. (02 September 2012 at 11:24 p.m.)

    I have to get some of this .. I think you video is posted for using this..thank you all.
  • 2. Kym Snelson (09 August 2012 at 6:58 p.m.)

    I love using this for applique placement hold while sew decorative stitches.
  • 1. Joanne H. (07 August 2012 at 8:02 a.m.)

    I love this thread! I use it for applique and as a temporary hold for bindings so I don't have to pin.

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