I use WAAS for backing
I use WAAS for backing in the handmade hexagons. It works beautifully!
Beth Ferrier ––
Draw appliqué motifs or print them on these handy sheets with an ink-jet printer, fuse the paper to your appliqué fabric, sew on the motif, then just wash away the paper after stitching. Appliqués are soft and flexible without the need to cut your quilt or remove freezer paper.
Wash out for a softer end result or simply leave it in...it will soften over time.
(Wholesale minimum: 3 units.)
8.5" x 11"
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