Creating fused flowers is fast and easy if you have the right tools! Flowers don’t have to be intricate in shape, a simple circle or circles can create some stunning flowers. It’s all in the stacking!
Once you add some pretty free motion quilting to those flowers, you will bring them to life!
Grab your HeatnBond Feather Lite and the scraps from yesterday’s post and let’s get flower making!
Fuse the Heat’nBond Feather Lite following manufacturer’s instructions to leftover prints.
I used the TrueCut 360 Circle Cutterto make three different sizes of circles following the manufacturer’s instructions. The sizes I’m using are 2″, 3″ and 3½ʺ. You have 26 green stems to put circle flowers on, and some will have layers of circles so go crazy!
13 – 3½ʺ circles
10 – 3″ circles
14 – 2″ circles
These circles are going to be your flowers. Begin placing them on the runner at the top of the green stems alternating big and small, layering or not. When you get a combination you like, remove the paper off the back and pin in place.
Bring to ironing board and remove pins a few at a time and following manufacturer’s instructions, heat iron and press.
Layer quilt top right side up, batting, and then backing, right side down and pin. Next up we’re going to have some fun free motion quilting this table runner! Join me tomorrow.