Quick and Easy Applique Technique + Enter the Therm O Web Sweepstakes

30 Apr 2014

Every week this month-May 1-31, 2014--Therm O Web, makers of HeatnBond®, is giving away hundreds of dollars in prizes including a $200 shopping spree at Therm O Web's online store!

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This week's prize package from Therm O Web.
Therm O Web is giving away some of their latest products including their new HeatnBond® EZ Print Sheets in Lite and in Feather Lite along with their popular LUXE Interfacings.

You can also enter to win a must-have collection of their HeatnBond®, SpraynBond®, StitchnSewTM, Fusible FleeceTM products and more!

Enter now to win this week's prize: $60 worth of SpraynBond and HeatnBond products.

If you're not familiar with Therm O Web's products, here's an easy appliqué technique you can use with HeatnBond fusible adhesive. It's perfect for using fabric scraps to create a quilted pillow.

How to appliqué leaves with HeatnBond by Andy Knowlton for Therm O Web:

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Press the HeatnBond cutouts onto fabric scraps in preparation for fixing the leaves to your base fabric with fused appliqué.
1. Trace leaves (or another motif) onto a sheet of HeatnBond Lite.

2. Cut out each leaf, leaving about 1/4″ space around each one.

3. Iron each leaf onto the wrong side of your green fabric scraps.

4. Then cut out each leaf, right on the traced lines. Remove the papers from the back. Sometimes it helps to crease the leaf a bit on the tip to get the paper to start to peel.

5. Arrange the leaves on the pillow top. Press in place.

6. Stitch around each leaf just inside the edge, machine appliqué the edges with a satin stitch, or free-motion stitch over the leaves.

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Fused appliqué pillow by Andy Knowlton for Therm O Web.
This is the perfect project for a weekend spruce-up, or anytime you have fabric scraps and a couple of hours in the studio.

For a chance to win your own supply of HeatnBond and SpraynBond, be sure to take a moment to enter this week's sweepstakes!

Get all the details, including rules and prize lists, on the entry page.


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bron11 wrote
on 3 May 2014 6:11 AM

Would love to try this technique. Your article product makes it look so easy to do

gretchengh wrote
on 3 May 2014 8:04 AM

Very pretty, fresh design.  So simple using HeatnBond.

on 3 May 2014 8:55 AM

I'd love to try this method.  Great tutorial on how to do.

Bacon-Rust wrote
on 3 May 2014 11:02 AM

I am just learning how to do applique and Heat Bond sounds like what I need to do a great job. I am eager to try it.

FarmQuilter wrote
on 3 May 2014 11:42 AM

What a great giveaway!  I love fusible applique!!!  Thank you so much!

Mizrae13 wrote
on 3 May 2014 11:36 PM

I've done some fusible work, and would love to do more.  It sure beats the old fashioned alternative!

suew001 wrote
on 4 May 2014 7:36 PM

Love this green against the white!

quiltjams wrote
on 10 Sep 2014 11:16 AM

HeatnBond has been a staple in my appliqué work for years, it's my "go to" product for almost every project I design in appliqué. A few months ago my husband was running errands and was at the fabric store picking up some items for me. He called to say they were out of the Therm o Web HeatnBond but, they had a product called "SpraynBond" made by the same company available. Since I was in the middle of an appliqué project and ran out of the HeatnBond, and in urgent need in order to finish my work, I asked to him to get me the SpraynBond.

I loved it! Not only was it a great product for my appliqué work but, I also started using it to stabilize the layers if my quilting work instead of basting or pinning. It saves me so much time and is a very reliable product. WOW! It has a wide range of uses and is now another "must have" in my appliqué arsenal.

Thank you Therm O Web for your great products and the opportunity to win these wonderful products.