Hello everyone, I am seeking your advice please. I am contributing to a quilt project and have been sent my "square" which has been marked up with margins and beautifully "serged" to prevent unravelling. It has also been backed with freezer paper.
As I am a total novice to the "freezer paper phenomenon", do I gently peel it off, do my applique and embroidery and then reapply it? Or is the idea to leave it attached and stitch through it?
Sorry if this is a silly question. I am a bit of a traditionalist and learned to quilt using the English paper-piecing method and doing loads of handwork. The only thing I know about freezer paper is that it seems very useful but found primarily in America. Despite being a bit of a techno junkie, I have only just started quilting using my trusty old Singer and I am yet to abandon my trad. paper foundations and thimbles.