Okay, teaching myself invisible M-A. I have HH's book on order from the
library in the meantime I'm fooling around.
1. layering.. when I"ve done hand (Baltimore/freezer paper ) applique, I
layer each piece and sew them one, one peice at a time... when doing MA, is
it the same or can I "build" the (flower) all at once and then just sit and
sew at the machine one time?
2. I've been playing with "steam a seam 2" the tacky fusible.It's cool
stuff. I'm thinking about using this in lieu of freezer paper. I haven't
tried yet but is seems to me that you could stick the seam allowances down
using this product. instead of the glue I read about.. Any one played with
So far, I've just tried methods where you do variations of satin & zig zag
on a raw edge but I just googled a bunch on the invisible "turn the seam
allowance under method" .
FWIW I'm playing with a bunch of Nancy Pearson patterns, and my 5 boxes of
rainbow shaded inherited stash.