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Golden Threads Quilting Paper

Golden Threads Quilting Paper
US$ 11.95 / each
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18" wide

Use this quilting paper with the No-Marking Method of machine quilting to create tear away stencils. Just trace the quilting design onto one sheet of Golden Threads quilting paper and to create multiple tear-away stencils, stack several sheets together placing traced copy on top. Next without using thread, machine stitch along the marked lines making perforated markings on all the layers of quilting paper. Separate tear-away stencils as needed. Then pin a single perforated sheet onto the quilt top and quilt your project following the perforations and using free-motion quilting methods. In the end tear away the paper from the quilted area. Quilting Paper tears away cleanly and easily without pulling out your stitches. Can also be used for: paper piecing, trapunto, appliqué, machine embroidery, sketching and tracing, duplicating, adjusting and designing patterns, bobbin work and home-dec sewing. The Golden color is easy to see on any fabric! Golden Threads Quilting Paper, 18" wide x 20 yards long.
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