REVERSE APPLIQUE, MY WAY Part 2

 

REVERSE APPLIQUE, MY WAY Part 1 HERE.

Step 6.  The polyfuse stays in the quilt.  I do not want the pencil line that I drew on the polyfuse to be seen.  Use an eraser to reduce the pencil lines.

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 Step 7.   Cut any excess fabric out of the foreground.DSCN2316

Step 8. Clip fabric where needed.

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Step 9.  Glue the small pieces to the polyfuse.

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The glue I use is a stick glue from the grocery store.

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Step 10.  Use some type of fray stop along the edges where the cut points my fray.

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Step 11.  Turn the foreground fabric right side up and place on the background.

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Ste 12. Sew in place

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If any steps are not understandable, please feel free to leave me a comment and I will get back to you.

Happy Sewing Hugs,  Kathleen Mary

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4 thoughts on “REVERSE APPLIQUE, MY WAY Part 2

  1. Very easy to understand with all the pictures you used. Looks like a very workable method, and no one can argue with your results. =)

    • Thanks Helen. I know there are other ways to do reverse applique but I feel most comfortable with this way. Also for me, there are too many places it can fray and with all the work in it, I don’t want

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