NEW! Four Seasons Fusible Wall Art
Team Nancy Zieman is pleased to share our newest laser cut fusible appliqué designs from The Creative Iron. Today we’re spotlighting the New! Four Seasons Set—A set of four laser cut fusible seasonal appliqués designed by Nancy Zieman. These no-sew paper-backed fusible appliqués are ideal for quilted wall hangings and wrapped canvas wall art—as featured in today’s tutorial.
- Four Seasons Set of Laser Cut Fusible Appliqués
- Four Fat Quarters, OR Four 1/2 yd. cuts, assorted cotton quilting fabrics. We’re using Riley Blake’s Cotton Shades.
- 2 yd. Pellon ShirTailorFusible Interfacing
- Four 12″ x 12″ artist canvases from the craft store
- Staple Gun and staples from the hardware store
“Test wrap” prior to cutting. The fabric and interfacing pieces are cut 4″ longer and 4″ wider than the finished 3/4″ thick artist canvas. If you’re using an extra thick canvas, you’l cut your fabric and interfacing larger as we’ve outlined in our additional tips posting.
- Cut one 16-inch square from each of four assorted cotton quilting fabrics.
- Cut four 16-inch squares from Pellon ShirTailor.
- Fuse Pellon ShirTailor to wrong side of the fabric.
- Using a ruler, mark and cut out a 2″ square from each corner.
- Position and fuse the appliqué to the fabric. Reference Nancy’s Fusible Appliqué-Fusing Instructions for further directions.
- Fold the fabric at each corner, aligning the cut edges and right sides. Stitch a 1/4″ seam allowance.
- Turn the artwork right side out. Press the seams open.
- Slip the fabric over the canvas. It will be a snug fit.
- Fold the excess fabric to the underside of the canvas frame. Fold miters at corners; staple.
For a chance to win the New! Four Seasons Set from The Creative Iron, post your comment sharing your favorite season.
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