You will need:
- A printer and paper
- Small scraps of fabric from the quilt you are making
- Fusible of your choice. This is the one I used.
- Iron and ironing board
|Print lettering in the size and font you want on your quilt|
|Cut away extra paper|
|Cut fusible to a size large enough for letter, but smaller than fabric piece|
|Iron fusible to wrong side of fabric with paper side up and fusible side toward fabric|
|Lay lettering right side down so that lettering will be in proper orientation on the quilt|
|Hold or pin paper so that it doesn't move, and cut out along edge of lettering|
|Peel away paper backing from fusible. Starting at a corner may make it easier to do.|
|Make sure entire letter is covered with fusible|
|Place lettering on quilt as desired. You might want to use a ruler to line up the edge|
|You can now stitch around each letter with a zigzag or satin stitch|
|I plan on doing an allover stippling quilting|
and allow the quilting to secure the lettering.
I'll let you know how that turns out.
Happy Quilting ♥