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Silicone Release Paper


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Product Code: 20134
ISBN: 
978-1-60705-200-5
Description: 
10 sheets 8.5" x 11" plus 2 sheets 17" x 22"
Silicone Release Paper
Non-Stick Appliqué • Release • Transfer Paper

Availability: In stock.
Paper Sheets, 10 sheets 8.5" x 11" plus 2 sheets 17" x 22" $9.95 Qty:
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Non-Stick Appliqué • Release • Transfer Paper

• The BEST sizes for both small & large patterns in one convenient package
• Trace and transfer any sized pattern with ease
• Protect delicate art surfaces, as well as your iron and ironing board
• Handy non-stick work surface for projects using mediums and adhesives
• Many creative uses for appliqué and other art and craft projects


(Wholesale minimum: 3 units.)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Does it matter which side of the paper is drawn on?
A: No, both sides are the same.

Q: Is it best to use pencil or a marker?
A: Most pencils and markers work fine, but we have found that either a Sharpie brand marker or a graphite pencil work the best.

Q: I want to use it for embroidery purposes, so should I iron the transfer on "drawn side" down?
A: The side with your markings needs to be touching the fabric you want to transfer to, using either with an iron or with a burnishing tool.

Q: Can I run it through my printer?
A: This paper is not recommended for use with printers - inkjet won't stick to the silicone surface, and laser is too hot. This paper is intended for hand-traced or drawn transfers, as well as for use as a handy non-stick surface.

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Review   The Applique Society - May 1, 2011
C&T Publishing also takes their inspiration from Laura Wasilowski with their new product “Silicone Release Paper”. This paper has all the properties of Silicone to create a non-stick appliqué, release and transfer surface. This versatile paper is ideal for the Fusible Appliqué artist. You can also use this paper to trace and transfer a pattern and protect your iron from glue. When working on a piece you will want to fuse some parts of it together then move the piece over to your main quilt. The release paper will help you do this. It’s silicone properties also protect your work and work area from glue that may acciden- tally land where it is not wanted.