Here is an outstanding collection of 49 beautiful royalty-free floral patterns ready to provide the all-important starting point for your next needlework or craft project, whether you plan to embroider designs on a tablecloth, applique a cushion, or decorate a chair back. Simply remove the specially treated transfer pattern from the book, place it exactly where you wish it to appear on your fabric or other medium, press it with a warm iron, and the design will appear neatly in place, ready for you to begin work! Varying in size from big, bold hollyhocks and tiger lilies to smaller, more delicate sprigs of spring snowflakes and periwinkles, and including such specialties as a spray of daffodils and a basket of mixed flowers, the designs may be applied to fabrics, wood, and most flat surfaces that absorb ink. Step-by-step instructions show you how to transfer a design (which may be reused several times) quickly and easily onto linens, clothing, wall hangings, cushions, furniture, and much more.(continued from inside front cover) Directions for Using Iron-on Transfer Patterns Transferring the designs to your fabric is a fairly simple procedure. ... Protect the iron by placing a sheet of tissue paper between the transfer and the iron. 4.
|Title||:||Garden Flowers Iron-On Transfer Patterns|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 1989-06-01|