Mod Podge Meets Appliqué

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CraftedAppliqueWhat a fabulous day it was when I read Lara Buccella’s Crafted Appliqué: New Possibilities. It made my day! It’s rare to come across a new technique that offers so much while asking so little. With Lara’s thorough instructions for using Mod Podge to make fray-free fused appliqué, every quilter can have beautiful, detailed appliqué in a few simple and fun steps! Not only do I get to play with Mod Podge (love, love, love) but I get incredible, washable, fray-free raw edge appliqué, too!

Lara lays out the process step by step with helpful tips along the way and great charts to reference again and again. She guides us through the Mod Podge formulas and the appliqué results, so it’s a cinch to match the glue to any project.

But that’s not all…this gem includes seven adorable projects ranging from an elegant Christmas wall hanging to a sweet cottage sewing machine cover. Lara shares so many great construction ideas. I can’t wait to try them all!

If appliqué isn’t your cup of tea, give this a try…if appliqué is your love, give this a try! Either way, you won’t be disappointed.

Click HERE to purchase. Available as an eBook, too!

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Leta M Altom

Hello,
I used mod podge to applique vintage lace onto a nice quality white Ann Taylor t-shirt.
The lace area turned out very hard and uncomfortable. Is there anything I can do with it to get some of the stiffness out of the garment?
thanks for your help.