Designed by Sue Trangmar and Sue Rhodes these lovely houses are a 12 month programme.
About Angela Angela Madden is an internationally recognised [...]
Anne has sewn all of her life, prolifically for the last 25 years. She works across a wide range of patchwork and appliqué techniques and designs -- from the Navajo blanket quilt that includes simple and advance techniques to simple cushion designs.
Unique to Village Fabrics this lovely programme runs over 13 months
In reply to your question I am not familiar with the craft product that Create & Craft sell; however I can tell you that the Applique mat we sell in the shop is see-through so that you can use it to position your pieces accurately; if the pieces are coated in Heat n Bond (or similar fusing web) they will stil to each other but not the mat -although you may have to let the mat cool a little.
Question: I am trying to do an applique flower it has abour 4 layers, including the back ground fabric, would it be better to applique 2 layers first, then do 2 on there own, and then attach it to the first 2 layers? as when i do the 4 altogether l am finding it hard to get the needle to go through all 4 layers.i am hand stitching the design.thank-you this is my first attempt at this so am very green on the best way to do this. Thank-you for any advice Sandra Answer from Valerie: The easiest way to do this layered flower is to put the first piece down - i.e.
Ena made this lovely felt 'penny cushion' which she was persuaded to share with us:
Dawn Cameron-Dick shows you in this video exactly how to set your sewing machine to do this amazing invisible applique stitch with is a must for all those who want to do machine applique. www.justhands-on.tv/videos/category/4/