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There are three main ways to copy a design onto your fabric: Tracing the design onto the fabric from a paper copy. This must be done before layering. Drawing the design through the gaps in a stencil (purchased or home-made). Can be done before or after layering. Drawing around a solid template (purchased, home-made from…

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Hearts are an ever popular motif. It’s easy to cut out a template yourself in a variety of styles that you could use for applique or for quilting designs. Watch this short video, or follow the instructions below: Drawing a regular heart shape Take a piece of paper a little larger than the desired motif,…

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Well, it is April already! This month I have decided to use the fabric that I made when testing the Twisted Pinwheel Template by ‘Crafty-UK’ for the Product Review. Requirements: Front Fabric with the Twisted Pinwheel design 18″ x 18″                               …

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TEMPLATE MAKING These need to be accurately made from either rigid plastic or cardboard. Template plastic is not expensive and worth the investment as the template will last longer and remain accurate. Cardboard can become ‘fluffy’ at the edges with use. Some shops will sell template plastic by the sheet. Check if the templates you…