Have you ever tried Transfer-Eze ?
It is a water soluble thin sticky web, designed to go through a copy machine.
My hands are not cooperative with drawing these days, but where there is a will there is a way :-)
I bought this packet of Transfer-Eze at Quiltefryd earlier this winter.
I must admit I had forgot about it, but after having to throw out several drawings due to shaky hands it came to mind that I had a packet of Transfer-Eze so I could start a new small project.
The new project is Life Is Beautiful and the due date is by the end of next year.
Nearly like a BOM for 2011.
I am smiling ear to ear - I love it when I find good solutions to the physical obstacles in my life.
I did mention my new sewing machine is great too, didn't I ? :-)
Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne
Så smart! Glad du fant en måte å løse problemet på! Kos deg med stitchingen og GOD JUL til deg og dine!ReplyDelete
This is something I really have to try:) I will start on these blocks too very soonReplyDelete
Jeg har akkuratt bestilt fra Unaiten siden jeg ikke trodde det hadde kommet til Norge enda. Oppdater oss når du skal vaske det ut da! Spennende med nye ting, og tenkte at siden jeg ikke er stødig nok på hånden til å tegne jeg heller så kan jeg jo scanne gamle mønster og printe ut på dette!ReplyDelete
I love the transfer paper. I would be lost without it, especially on intricate designs.ReplyDelete
Hei. Så flott at det finnes masse vi ikke helt vet vi har bruk for. :-)ReplyDelete
Kos deg med stitchinga.
God helg klem :-))
A transfer paper is totally new to me... hm! I have also Helen's sweet pattern in my store... I only wonder when I'm going to start...ReplyDelete
It is very handy indeed. I ones used photo paper with a fabric layer, to print something on it, but I understand that this print will disappear after washing?ReplyDelete
Love your quotes at the end of your posts and safe them to read over and over again.