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Category: Fusible Applique
Making a spring-inspired ensemble that can also be worn during the rest of the year is as simple as the pattern for this Beautiful Butterfly Applique. Applique patterns for quilts are the perfect way to redesign your old clothes and save money while doing so. Your fabric scraps can transform into an array of colors that will make these butterfly wing applique patterns stand out with no trouble. Quilters are always looking for a way to save some money on supplies, and making your own clothing inspired by colorful new spring quilt patterns is a brilliant and simple place to start.
This free mug rug pattern will take you only an hour or so to stitch up, and it makes such an adorable gift! Give a Cupcake Mug Rug as a birthday gift, or use it as a Valentine's Day table decoration. It will bring a touch of sweetness to your day!
Embellish your daughter's clothes with adorable free applique patterns like this Cursive Love Applique. This applique pattern is designed for creating an iron-on applique with felt and fusible webbing. The printable template is already reversed, so you don't have to worry about the letters reading correctly after you stitch them down.
Use fun homemade pillow cases to decorate a kids' bed without spending a fortune. These Easy Polka Dot Pillowcases can be made in just a half hour with Accuquilt Go! dies and fusible web. You only need a few seams to make these pillowcases!
Embellish your children's clothing with Felt Chevron Stripes Appliques. With Missoni prints making a comeback, chevrons are all the rage. Turn a simple t-shirt into a fashion statement with these easy felt applique designs.
Use one of these fun fusible appliques for kids to embellish a t-shirt, onesie, pillow, or quilt. These children's applique patterns include an octopus and a rocket ship perfect little boys! The article also includes tips about how to use Wonder Under.
The Girl on a Tree Swing Mini Quilt is unique among small quilted projects. The background looks like patchwork, but the entire quilt is actually raw edge appliqued and then machine embroidered. Use fabric scraps to give your mini quilt a personal touch!
Put colorful fabric scraps to use by making a quick Hollyhocks Applique Mini Quilt. The applique flowers in this pattern look like hollyhocks, but you can choose any flower you like! Put this mini quilt together in a jiffy with fused appliques and fused binding.
You don't need applique flowers patterns when you can make a simple flower applique yourself with just a rotary cutter and some fusible web! This tutorial will teach you how to make a Cosmos flower applique to decorate quilts and other sewing projects.
Make your Secret Garden Quilt even more elaborate by sewing on these Ladybug, Butterfly, and Snail Applique Patterns. Similar to the quilt's Songbird, Tree and Sun patterns, these adorable creepy crawlers are easy to make out of any scrap quilt patterns that have been leftover from your previous quilting projects. Use the iron-on fusible applique technique to add these individual insect quilt designs upon this beautiful bed quilt pattern. You will love how quilting these cute patterns with the trapunto method really makes this springtime quilt pop!
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