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Thread: How in the heck do you keep fusibles off your iron and board cover?????

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    Me, too. I never seem to get fusible on my iron.

    I draw my shapes on the fusible, cut them out with a bit around all the edges. Iron it on to a piece of fabric just slightly larger and then trim.

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    I sandwhich between 2 sheets of waxed paper.

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    I lay down a no-stick sheet on the ironing board, lay the fabric piece that I want to fuse or press onto that no-stick sheet, then put another no-stick sheet on top of that, then iron or press as desired.
    This way neither my iron nor my board gets any fusible on it.

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    My double sided has paper on one side and then you use a wet piece of cotton fabric in the last step. I think Wunder Under comes with good instructions.

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