Application Instructions - Sheer/Featherweight Fusible Interfacing
* There is no preshrinking required.
* ALWAYS PRE-TEST on a scrap of fabric; fusing is not recommended for triacetate, lace, seersucker or rainwear.
1. Place fusible side of interfacing on wrong side of fabric. (The fusible side is the side with the little dots of glue.)
2. Fuse with an iron - Cover with a DAMP press cloth. Your press cloth should be a thin piece of white or neutral colored cotton. At first, set iron on medium/perma-press press setting. Press firmly for up to 10 seconds. Use your damp press cloth as a temperature and timing guide. After 10 seconds, press cloth should be dry. Let fabric cool, then check the bond. The interfacing should be permanently bonded to the fabric. It should not bubble and there should not be places where it can be peeled off. If not, raise your iron temperature or hold the iron in place a few seconds longer.
Repeat, lifting and slightly overlapping the iron until all interfacing is fused. Use a steam iron with metal sole plate. Hand-held steamers will not permanently bond interfacing to fabric.
If fusing to polyester, silk, nylon or other non-cotton fabric, use a lower temperature and leave the iron on for less time. It will adhere, you just don't want to damage your fabric.
Tip: You can also use a spray bottle filled with water to dampen your press cloth. Use a thin piece of neutral colored fabric as a press cloth and dampen it with your spray bottle.
** Washable, dry cleanable
** Machine wash Warm, machine dry Low, Iron Medium Perma-Press
You can purchase your interfacing at Goose Tracks Quilts - http://www.goosetracks.com/Interfacing.html
Free instructions for making a t-shirt quilt top are available at Goose Tracks Quilts - http://www.goosetracks.com/T-ShirtQuiltInstructions.html