Transferring your Pattern

by Helen on May 8, 2014

One of the questions I’m often asked is the best way to transfer a printed pattern to fabric before starting to stitch.  I’ve tried various methods in the past, but these days I usually perform a daring procedure using my laser printer and heatpress.  I say daring as there’s always the possibility of scorching my fabric, although luckily that happens very infrequently these days and is usually because my attention has wandered and I’m not keeping an eye on the timer.  I wouldn’t recommend this way to others as it isn’t 100% guaranteed.

There are other great ways to transfer your pattern though and so I’ve put together this little mini-guide based on an article I wrote for the Bustle & Sew Magazine around 18 months ago …

Please just CLICK HERE to download your free copy.  

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Jeanne Marie May 8, 2014 at 5:21 pm

I just love this bunny and also the embroidery that goes on the pattern i want to get started now,,thank you so much for this lovely project,

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Linda B May 8, 2014 at 8:21 pm

Thanks so much! Even though I have the article you referred to, it’s so nice to have this as well!
X Linda

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RMW May 9, 2014 at 2:10 pm

I usually use the sulky iron on pens. They work for me. :-)

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