Tuesday Tutorial: Simple Fusible Appliqué

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Have you ever shied away from a quilt pattern simply because it featured appliqué? Take a few minutes to learn just how easy fusible-web appliqué can be!

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TT1 Tuesday Tutorial: Simple Fusible AppliquéLaura Stone Roberts walks you through every step of the process, sharing tips and clear explanations along the way. From tracing and cutting out the designs from the sheet of fusible web, to pressing the shapes onto your fabric.

TT3 Tuesday Tutorial: Simple Fusible AppliquéShe talks about layering fusible appliqués, and shows you several different options to further secure the shapes with edge stitching.

TT5 Tuesday Tutorial: Simple Fusible AppliquéRemember fusible appliqué when you need a quick, simple alternative to hand appliqué.  Click here to watch the FREE video demonstration of how to use fusible web for quick, simple appliqué.

You can watch any of our free McCall’s Quilting University (MQU) how-to-quilt video library lessons 24-7—click here to see the full selection.

Don’t miss any of our Tuesday Tutorials—click here to see them all, or click any link below.

  1. Pressing Basics
  2. Accurate 1/4″ Seam Allowances
  3. Rotary Cutting Basics
  4. Basic Quiltmaking Supplies
  5. Fabric Preparation
  6. Chain Piecing and Opposing Seams
  7. Color Selection Using a Focus Fabric


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2 Responses to Tuesday Tutorial: Simple Fusible Appliqué

  1. Katie Wells says:

    I am needing advise on sandwiching and quiltung a 72 x 80 quilt. What is the best way to stablize it so it can be quilted?

  2. Valerie says:

    Hi Katie, Check out our overview of layering and basting quilts by clicking here. You might also enjoy our free Quilt Along video lesson series, in which we’ll be demonstrating layering, basting and quilting the Accent on Amish quilt: http://www.McCallsQuilting.com/QuiltAlong

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