|Mistyfuse "how to." I am gearing up to make a large project, so today I spent my morning Mistyfusing fabrics in my studio. Using a dry iron on cotton/silk - almost the highest heat setting, I carefully iron out all of the wrinkles and folds in the Batik fabric. I found it to be a little tricky to use my left hand, and take pictures with my right hand.
|I am rolling out a 12" bolt (my favorite size to use) onto the Batik, and making sure that it is flat, and that there are no extra threads or pieces of other fabrics in or around the Mistyfuse.
|Bottom view is fabric only, top is MF - and you can see a little bit of the sheen
|I am trimming the fabric, so that the MF is edge to edge all of the way around. This will help when it comes time to cut it for my project. All fabric is fused and will fuse easily to the foundation of my art quilt.
|Here is my blue palette of mostly Hoffman Batiks
|and my green palette - all Hoffman Batiks. And now I am ready to roll.