How-To: Fuse and Trace Your Sewing Patterns


Nicole at Stitch Craft has a tutorial on how to fuse and trace your patterns so that they are easier to cut-out and save.
Nicole writes:

I don’t know a single person that likes patterns printed on tissue paper. My favorite patterns are printed on stiffer bond paper or even tag board. But most pattern companies print on lightweight and flimsy tissue that tears and floats away. So what to do?

4 thoughts on “How-To: Fuse and Trace Your Sewing Patterns

  1. Thien-Kim says:

    Your link isn’t working. Can’t wait to see it.

  2. Natalie Zee Drieu says:

    sorry, try again. just fixed it!

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