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Thread: Freezer Paper vs. Fusible Web

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    Quote Originally Posted by applique
    I use Wonder Under fusible by the bolt on my huge appliques and satin stich each piece down with a very stiff stabilizer behind the piece which is removed after the stitching is done. Every quilt I make then goes through the washer and dryer. Works well for what I do. If it is something that needs handquilting, I use Misty Fuse which is soft and pliable.
    WOW, that is a stunning quilt. Thank you for sharing, and God bless. Penny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunflower Girl
    Who uses freezer paper for applique? I've been using heat n bond but people keep telling me they use butcher's/freezer paper. If you use it, does it work as well?
    Freezer paper is generally used for hand applique.
    Heat and bond is generally used for machine applique.

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    I find freezer paper in the section where Aluminum foil, baggies, etc. are. Walmart always has it. I have also found it in other grocery stores.

    I too use both methods for my applique...depends on the project.

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