Great to see you linking up, Paula! I always enjoy visiting here, and hope you enjoy working on your challenge this month with #BraveQuilter.Julie @ Pink Doxies
It's something I put off for ages Paula, I was hand stitching mine with buttonhole stitch and it took forever. My tip would be to use an open toe foot for a good view and go slow. I'm rooting for you.SmilesKate
Good luck with your challenge Paula. Looking forward to seeing those balloons.
Good luck Paula. I agree with Kate's advice above. In addition I'd recommend putting a sheet of greaseproof baking paper between the ironing board and the fabric and between the fabric and the iron, just in case the adhesive layer leaks round the edges. Getting the glue off the iron is not a nice job!
hope you enjoy this challenge, I too want to master applique but I want to do the needle turning one maybe one day I will achieve it along with FPP
We have both a applique challenge. Look forward to your applique. Enjoy!!
So glad you're joining Brave Quilter! I love applique, but circles. They require patience for sure. You've already gotten great tips above, so I'll just add my well wishes. You can do this!
Good luck with your challenge Paula. I love doing applique with fusible backing - I am sure once you have tried it there will be no stopping you.