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Thread: Freezer Paper Applique' using glue.

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    Super Member dublb's Avatar
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    (15) Continue goin' around, gluein' e'm down & pressin' 'em.
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    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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    Oops out'a order.
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    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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    Ok back ta the star.
    (16)Take the paper out'a the star.

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    As ya can see the tip didn't come out so ya gott'a use tweezers ta git 'em out. I couldn't hold the camera & pull those out at the same time.
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    (17)Press the seams down.
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    Bev
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    I did the TX first so i could see where ta put the star. I did it the same way as I'm gonna show Ya how ta do the star.
    (18) Put a tiny bead o' glue all around seam allowance.
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    (19) Place the star where ya want it.
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    Bev
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    (20) Press
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    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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    At this point ya can top stitch, buttonhole stitch, or any decorative stitch ya have. I chose satin stitch. Not such a good idea through all o' that thickness! I should have top stitched.
    (21) Sew the shape down.

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    Tada!
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    (If this was somethin' important, instead of just a pot holder, I would've gone back over the satin stitch ta make it smoother & more consistent.)
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    Bev
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    I like the way you made this potholder. I can see how this would look terrific also using a QAYG block quilt. Making the front and the back of each block. Can this technique only be used with satin stitch or is the same effect achieved using the blanket or other design stitch?? Thank you so much for taking the time to show step by step how you used the glue to tack everything in place? I had wondered about this technique. Spray basting smaller pieces for applique always seemed so messy. I can see where this would be a better way to tack down smaller applique pieces that are two awkward for pinning or such. Great Job. Thanks Bev
    Have an awesome day!

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    Oh yeah. Ya can use any stitch that ya want. I used the satin stitch 'cause I wanted that look on the front. This is a good technique for quilts. The satin stitch was very hard goin' through 2 washrags & 5 layers if fabric. Lookin' back I should have top stitched it. It would have looked so much better!!! As it is the satin stitch looks sloppy. Actually when I was thinkin' about this potholder I was thinkin' about usin' the MM method, but I told someone that I would do a tute for this method.
    Bev
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    Thanks for sharing!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    I am so glad to see this very good detailed tut. I struggle with sharp inner points. TFS

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