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

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    Super Member ghostrider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary quilting View Post
    I have used Note book paper work for me.
    ??? Fusible web will easily stick to notebook paper...I've fused it to fabric intentionally.
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    I re-use the peel off side of the fusible when I can't find my pressing cloth thingy which is most of the time--Lol!
    Beverly

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    I use my teflon sheet a lot and consider it a good investment.

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    I always use "Baking Paper"....it works a treat!!! Good luck!

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    My favorite is parchment paper from the grocery store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groucho View Post
    A suggestion if you use freezer paper. Take two pieces of freezer paper, put them shiny sides together, and iron them for a few seconds. The shiny sides will adhere to one another. You should be able to use this double-thick freezer paper "thingy" as a pressing sheet without worrying about getting sticky residue on your fabric or your iron. Good luck!
    I agree with this.

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    baking paper....definately works...i use it all the time
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    I have used all three, parchment paper, 2 freezer paper put together and the backside of the fusible paper. Oh I do have a Teflon sheet but it keeps hiding on me when I need/want it.

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    Great tip Groucho.
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    I just ironed 2 peices of freezer paper together and that works really good and you can save it for the next time...Thanks everyone for your help... saves again by you ladies!

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