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Reynolds Freezer Paper 50 sq ft/ 4.64 m sq 12.1 m x 381 mm Plastic Coated Freezer Paper, White
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- Ideal for general arts and crafts
- Perfect for templates to quilt, pierce or applique
- Can be lightly adhered to fabric using a hot iron
- Plastic Coated
- Creating templates to reduce time in quilting
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Reynolds freezer paper can be used everyday and everywhere it is a great craft material, plastic coated on one side only so it can lightly adhere to fabric when ironed over, and then can be removed without leaving a trace. Freezer paper is great for applique, and many other craft applications - it has the instructions for craft use on the packaging.
1 x 50 Square Feet of Freezer Paper- Plastic Coated
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You will then find the paper is completely (but temporarily) ironed on, and you can paint the design on with acrylic paints, safely without going over the lines. Add as many coats as you require, then when dry simply peel the paper off. You can still iron over the stencil to fix each coat of paint without damaging the paper at all. No residue on the fabric whatsoever, since all it does is soften the plastic coating, not melt it. So long as you don't tear the paper, you can re-use the stencil as many times as you want.
This is a fantastic product and worth every penny. Oh and you can apparently wrap food for the freezer with it too....
The freezer paper is brilliant. Simply trace the pattern pieces onto the paper side, and then place the waxy side onto the fabric. Run an iron (at the correct temperature for the fabric if lower than recommended on the freezer paper packet) over the paper and it melts the waxy side just enough to lightly grip the fabric fibres as it cools down again. Then you just cut the pattern piece out and leave the paper on until you are ready to sew the seams. Keeping the paper on helps prevent those pesky frays you get at the cut edge when the fabric is piled up waiting to be sewn. It is simple to peel the paper off when needed and some people have found that they are able to utilise the same piece multiple times (though I have yet to try this myself, but have kept the pattern pieces just in case I need to repeat that particular corset pattern).
From what others and myself have found, there is little to no residue left on the fabric itself (though as always you should apply it to the "wrong" side of the fabric just in case).
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this is for sewing to protect the fabric. arrived quick and although pricey is is a large roll so will lastPublished 13 days ago by anna j