When I picked this up from Quilting By the Hearth in Lonsdale, I really didn't know if I would like using it. It was a special purchase item during shop hop. It was one of those purchases I kept
|I took my embroidery pattern which is printed on paper and|
ran in thru my printer and made a copy onto the Transfer Eze sheet.
(I forgot to use a lighter setting on my printer but it worked out fine for me)
|You then peel off the backing on the Transfer Eze....|
|...and then stick it onto the front side of the fabric you|
want to embroider on. It stays in place!
|Then you embroider! My stitches are ok....|
my mom and friend Coleen are expert embroiderers.
Their stitches are so even and tiny. Mine, not so much...
|I'm all done stitching! Here's the fun part.... I filled a|
sink with warm water and then immerse my fabric in the water.
The Transfer-Eze disappears... it's so slick!
|My embroidery project, No pencil lines!|
Now I'm ready to do some sewing to finish up my project!
Can't wait to show you,,, I'm working on several new designs
After trying Transfer-Eze out, I'm wondering where can I buy more! I know I can get it at Quilting By The Hearth in Lonsdale. I have also found it online too at Create for Less. This product was such a time saver for me. Certainly worth every penny! I'm working against some big deadlines getting ready for Fall Market and Transfer~Eze was a huge time saver! So when you are working under the gun with a project and have stuff to trace, (or maybe don't like tracing) give this product a try. It's wonderful!
Here's my disclaimer.... I was not paid, do not wish to get paid, have not gotten paid by Transfer Eze or any other company related to Transfer Eze. I just really, really, really love this stuff and want to share my experience with you! Hope you have a wonderful, quilty day!