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    Fusible Batting

    I decided to give this stuff a try. Purchased a crib size piece and will use it for a wall hanging . Any tips or pointers on using this. Is it as easy as it seems?
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    Re: Fusible Batting

    Basically follow the directions and try not to get it on your iron. It really is as easy as it seems.

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      Re: Fusible Batting

      I use it all the time on small projects. Follow the directions and do not overpress; you'll flatten it out too much. The fusible is considerably thinner than regular battings. I like to use a piece of fabric on top of the batting or a piece of parchment paper while I press so I'm sure that I won't get anything on my iron. And just press it long enough to adhere gently, whatever your instructions state.

      Make sure that you clean up all your threads on the back of the quilt, especially any dark threads that might show through. Once you fuse, you can't go back to remove.

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