Reynolds Freezer Paper is ideal for crafting and quilting. Use it as a stencil or as a template for appliqué. The packaging for each roll lists some of the uses and gives tips on how to use the paper when creating quilt appliqués.
Freezer Paper is paper with a plastic coating on one side. The thick paper gives the product strength and durability as well as an easy-to-write-on surface. The plastic coating provides a barrier to air and moisture.
Easy Quilt Appliqués
Create templates to reduce time in quilting, piercing or appliquéing. Here’s how:Draw design on paper side of Freezer Paper; cut out Pin paper side of design to wrong side of fabric Cut out fabric pieces with 3/16” extra fabric allowance around design. Cut 1/8” long slits on curved edges to ease fabric. Press seam allowance over edge of template. Remove pins. Lightly Adhere fabrics pieces to material by pressing in place with a hot. Pull Out Freezer Paper through unstitched area; stitch closed.
Great for CraftingProtect work surfaces: paints, markers and glue won't soak through. Pour paint on plastic side for finger painting. Use as a paint palette or to practice decorative painting. Cover schoolbooks: personalise with stickers or drawings. Cover a party table. Let guests decorate with crayons or markers. Make non-slip stencils. Temporarily adhere the plastic side with a hot dry iron. Peel off stencil when paint dries.