Have you ever made a quilt design that is just plain boring? Through the miracle of fuse-tacking I'd like to show you how to fix a lifeless quilt like this one above.
When constructing a fused art quilt, always use a technique called fuse-tacking. Fuse-tacking is applying only 5 seconds of heat from the iron to a fabric element. (Too much heat for too long will kill the glue.) Aside from not burning the glue into the fabric, there is another benefit to fuse-tacking. Fuse-tacking gives you the option of removing fused elements and changing your design. Because they are not really fused fast into place, fabrics can be lifted off the surface.