Teflon Pressing Sheet

Teflon Pressing Sheet

From: June Tailor

Protect your iron and ironing board from fusible web residue. Use to fuse open weave fabrics & lace without sticking. Withstands the highest heat setting on your iron. Use without steam as a see-through press cloth.
This Teflon pressing sheet is the perfect pressing tool for applique projects.
Care: Gently scrape fusible residue off sheet if needed.
Size: 18" x 18" (about 45.72 cm. x 45.72 cm.).

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How to use? I did not understand exactly what is ... I'm a beginner with appliqu and I'm gearing up for ... I would like to know more about this article. Thanks to those who give me clarification in this respect :)
Dear, hello! I'm happy to help you with this product :-) The sheet made of Teflon - the non-stick material also used for the famous pans :-) - and serves to do \ "glue \" one \ 's other various pieces of cloth to which you have already applied the fusible material and which make your appliqu :-) in practice, if you have a wall composed of more pieces of cloth, before applying it permanently placed where it goes, you have to \ "compose \" and if you comporrai on teflon sheet, this make sure that the various parts of \ 'appliqu become fixed to each other, but you are not sticking on \' board :-) Here's an example : if your appliqu an apple, with the stem and the leaf, you'll have a appliqu made of three pieces: the apple, the stem and the leaf, in fact, each one made of a fabric. Once you have cut all three parts, you will need to apply on their back the \ "web fusbile \", ie the thermal adhesive material that serves to make \ "sticky \", in fact, like this: http: //www.casacenina. en / the-warm-company / lite-steam-a-seam-2.html once you \ "adhesive \" your three parts, you will need to put them together, to make up the apple and if you do not teflon sheet, they are glued on \ 'ironing board! Here comes into play our \ "pressing sheet \": leaning over your three parts and fixing them with iron, they will attack each other (forming the apple), without sealing the sheet and giving you a complete apple, ready to be applied where you want :-) I hope that I explained, but if you have other questions, you should give a \ 'look at my video course, which use just this sheet here: http://www.casacenina.it/blog/un -videocorso-dedicated-to-you-and-all-applique-of-iv.html Let me know, please, and best wishes for a Happy Easter!
CasaCenina Staff

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