I have had a LONG love affair with this purple package

I use it for all my machine applique!

Recently I took some behind the scenes  photos of Heat n Bond Lite Fusible Adhesive in action!

Here I am selecting this fun fabric for

the birdhouse on my quilt

With the cutaway or “donut method” you can place the shapes to take advantage of the prints

I had some leaves with lines across and some up and down!

Super useful with a batik

where I could select a range of colors!

And a little fussy cutting of the circles

is good for the soul!

These shapes all became part of my ‘Girls in the Garden’ Series

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7 Comments on Behind the Scenes with HeatnBond Lite (and Pat Sloan)

  1. Vanessa G.
    March 1, 2012 at 8:01 am (12 years ago)

    What a smart idea! I love it!

  2. Michelle Myers
    March 14, 2013 at 3:01 pm (11 years ago)

    What a neat idea. Will have to try it!

  3. Carla Hundley
    March 14, 2013 at 4:24 pm (11 years ago)

    I like he clean look. And the great
    instructions provided.
    Carla from Utah

    • admin
      March 14, 2013 at 6:56 pm (11 years ago)

      Thanks Carla! That means alot to us! We hope the new blog format will be easier for you to navigate to find all your favorite projects.

  4. kbo
    March 14, 2013 at 4:30 pm (11 years ago)

    I like the variety in your tutorials that you post.

  5. Lizzie b
    September 28, 2013 at 8:36 pm (11 years ago)

    I’m doing a cot quilt with lots if appliqué. All was going well until I tried to iron on a big fish which is on a batik fabric. It won’t stick! I’ve tried twice cos I thought I was going mad ….. No luck
    Heat n bond doesn’t seem to work with batik …….. Any suggestions?

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