Fusing

Fusing

Fusing is fast, fun and full of possibilities! Fusing permanently adheres layers of fabric and fibers, and is used to create quick and easy appliqué for fiber projects including embellishing garments and making art quilts. All you need is some fabric, fusible web and an iron — and your creativity.

Browse through these projects and inspiration for fusing.

 

For a number of years, I have had the privilege of gathering with a talented group of fiber artists that studied with Lorraine Torrence. The "Off Grain Stitchers" continue to...

When you see a Laura Wasilowski quilt, you can't help but smile. Her whimsical pictorial art quilts use her own hand-dyed fabrics and threads to depict fanciful scenes. Owner of the...

Art on a small scale, fabric postcards can commemorate a major life event or celebrate friendship "just because". Kaleidoscope Fiber Art Postcard honors a friend's retirement. This card was just...

Meet Kristi Leduc, an art quilter whose textile journey may seem familiar to many fiber artists. Designing and sewing for childhood dolls grew into designing clothing for herself. Then she...

Is Valentine’s Day just for humans? I think not! Some of my favorite “people” are dogs – good friends and members of the family. Can’t leave them out, so here...

I love to settle in with a cozy throw pillow or three! These pillow ideas are great for Valentine’s Day and can be adapted for other holidays or everyday snuggles. Who...

For Fortune Cookie Day, I thought I’d make fabric ones filled with fortunes. There are several different ways to make them, from gluing wire, to using fabric stiffener, and thick...