Stacked Fusible Appliqué Tutorial Adds Dimension

This layered appliqué comes from Honey Bear Lane’s blog at Start by making your template out of any cardboard, cereal box, file folder, etc. Make a pattern for each appliqué piece. In this example there are double-layer fabric wings, eyes, beak, feet, and bow.

Sheer D’Lite Feather Weight Fusible is a thermal-bonded, nonwoven interfacing with a soft hand for drapable shaping and gentle support. Find it at To ensure a nice finish for your project, use Cloud Cover Stitch. Fuse Cloud Cover Stitch over the back of a finished piece to cover scratchy stitches on the backside of an embroidery design. It is soft and sheer and ideal for baby garments, golf shirts, or tees. Anywhere to avoid a scratchy irritant to the skin! Find it at


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