Mixing floral and striped patterns makes a statement with your clothing. For an easy take on this trend, make your own flower appliqués with floral fabric and fusible webbing paper. This no-sew project pleases beginners and experts alike.
Things You’ll Need
Iron-on fusible webbing paper
Cut a segment of fusible webbing paper big enough to accommodate the number of flower appliqués you plan to use.
Turn on the iron and select the “Cotton” setting. Apply the iron to the paper, pressing down firmly and moving carefully but steadily back and forth. Continue until the wax melts and adheres to the fabric; this should take about 3 minutes. Use caution, as the paper gets very hot. Allow it to cool completely before you handle it.
Place the appliqué on the shirt, waxy side down. Select the “Cotton” setting on the iron and firmly press down on the appliqué. Move the iron back and forth carefully but steadily to apply even heat across the appliqué.