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Thread: No....Telfon pressing sheet...Help please...

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    Senior Member quiltlady1941's Avatar
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    Again you saved me!!! Thank you so much,

    I'm doing a wall hanging for church and it has a cross in the middle of the quilt, it is a fusiable applique very intricate design...I seen this wall hanging on here and it was made by kathyaire and I just loved it and knew that I wanted to make one for our church office, so I ordered the applique and have been kind of nervous to start it but now that I have it is going pretty well...just that I don't have all the tools that they say to use so have to try something else that will work..

    Thank you all for your help I will try both the freezer papaer ironed together and the parchment paper and see what works the best.. you guys are the greatest! thanks again

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    I've never heard of using freezer paper or (shudder) waxed paper, but I use parchment paper all the time...or the release paper from the fusible web itself. Almost everything I do is fused these days.
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    I use a thin tea towel & have never had any residue on my iron.

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    If you have a big enough piece, you can use the backing that comes off the fusible to press.
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    TIP.... When working with fusables, and worry about getting any on your ironing board, just iron some freezer paper right on to your ironing board to protect it. Works great
    fatquarters

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    You can also use a silicone baking pan/sheet/hotpad if you have one. I used a silicone hotpad from my iron.

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    Although I have a Teflon sheet, I often use parchment paper. It works for me.

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    I too have a silicone baking sheet. Much less expensive.

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    Maybe do a small test before committing to a big area?

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    I have used Note book paper work for me.

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