To clean the pressing
sheet simply rub off any excess fusing
medium. If the whole sheet is covered,
just use an extra scrap of fabric and press
to the top (gunk covered) side of the sheet
(sheet is multi-sided).
When cool, simply
peel the fabric off and any 'gunk' from
the sheet will have transferred to the
fabric. You may also wash the sheet using
soapy water - and a soft scrub will remove
any ink from pattern transfers.
The double-sided, reusable
pressing sheet is made from ultra high
temperature glass and coated with non-stick Polygon™;
13" x 17" and 18" x
20". Just roll
up for storage.
Bear Threads guarantees
this pressing sheet (when used as directed)
for 5 years. The guarantee
is included in the package.
Pressing Sheet - in
the perfect blending of dance and art-deco
Our nine dancers bring the elegance and
beauty of dance to life.
Finished size of the wall
hanging is: 33" x
34". You may also use the dancers
individually on different projects.
more about our Dianna's Dance pattern.
Dianna's Dance is
in loving memory of my mother, Dianna Scott,
who loved to dance.
She and Dad are now
dancing across the clouds...
Did You Know
The word appliqué comes from the
French word appliquer, meaning to put on
or to lay on.
As a method of decoration,
appliqué has been a popular technique
and has a long history, with the earliest
known example being a canopy of leather
in Egypt believed to date from 980 BC.
However, it is highly likely that other
cultures were using appliqué before
Over the centuries
many different materials have been used
in appliqué, including
beads, fabric, fish scales, and leaves.
They have been sewn on to almost any stitchable
material imaginable: linen, beaten bark,
leather, and much more.
Appliqué is widely
used throughout the world, as in many cultures
it is common to decorate oneself and one’s
Various cultures have even
developed their own style of appliqué;
for example, the Cuna Indians of the San
Blas Islands off the coast of Panama have
developed a style of appliqué called