Appliqué - Lining Light Colored Shapes

Step-by-Step Instructions...

When fusing light-colored appliqué shapes to darker shapes below, sometimes the darker fabric will show through, detracting from the appearance of the appliqué. To prevent this:

Trace template shape needed of the light-colored appliqué fabric onto paper side of paper-backed fusible web. Cut out, leaving small margin beyond drawn lines. Cut a piece of white solid lining fabric slightly larger than the traced fusible web piece. Cut 2nd piece of fusible web slightly larger than the white solid piece. Cut a piece of the light-colored appliqué fabric slightly larger than the 2nd fusible web piece. FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram A
FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram B Fuse the larger, untraced piece of fusible web to wrong side of light-colored appliqué fabric. Remove paper backing.
Fuse white solid fabric piece to wrong side of light-colored fabric, protecting iron with parchment paper or Teflon® pressing sheet.
FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram C
FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram D Fuse smaller, traced piece of fusible web to wrong side of white solid fabric (again, protecting iron).
Cut out shape on marked lines. Remove paper backing. FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram E
FREE Quilting Lesson - How to line appliqué shapes Diagram F Your lined appliqué shape is ready to fuse to the quilt!

 

As featured in McCall's Quick Quilts June/July 2012 issue.

 

 

 

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