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Thread: Will any of these 3 work?

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    Check her Quilt in a Day website, I'm sure she has a video that explains the process better. However, I used this method for the center of Dresden Plate blocks, sew the fusible interfacing right side up (check her site to be sure), then cut a small slit, turn right side out and press, this gives you a nice even look and secures the center while you applique it down. Does this help or have I thoroughly confused you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Spencer View Post
    I use fusible feather weight interfacing, get it at Joanns very inexpensive.
    That's what I use. It's nice and light and easy to turn. Always works well for me. I really like this method.

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    I confess, I haven't read all the replies, but I've used dryer sheets (used) for this.
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    I have done three of her quilts double wedding ring grandmothers flower garden and dresden plate and I used light weight fusible interfacing by Pelion.

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    No these will not work. You need lightweight interfacing that is only sticky on one side. Trust me I have used these method for making circles. It worked great. Make it the lightest weight interfacing you can find for best results!

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    No,none of those products will work,it's a totally different product. Your products listed are fusible webs, Eleanor uses lightweight fusible interfacing. She sells it on her website.

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    Thanks for the question and all these helpful replies. Was not familiar with this technique for applique (which I have fervently avoided) but now doesn't seem so daunting. Will have to give it a try.

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