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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

More Fusing Fun

This is a technique I learned MANY years ago and thought I would share it. Good to know for "fabric sketches"


  1. Cool! I didn't realize it work not being on the bias maybe I should use up that box full of fused scraps I have thank you for the tip

  2. Love this. I've never tried playing with thin strips like that. Looks like fun.

    1. This is massive fun. Get those fused scraps and have a ball.


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