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    Designer Diva

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    Default What do you recommend?

    I'm in a dresden mood. But I usually am since dresdens are my FAVORITE blocks to make. 😊 This time I would like to make round plates, no points, and attach them to the background blocks using fusible interfacing. All I have on hand at the moment is sf101 (I use this for my bags) but it makes the plate more stiff than I like for a throw quilt. It would be great for a wall hanging though.

    What fusible would you recommend? Thanks for your input!

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: What do you recommend?

    I always use Pellon fusible PLF36. It's ultra light. You won't even know it's behind your plates. I order mine at Amazon and it comes in 3 yd x 15" packages.

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    Designer Diva

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    Default Re: What do you recommend?

    Thank you!

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