So first, I cut out rectanges of my HeatNBond and ironed it onto the wrong side of my cotton fabric. Then I cut out the rectangles and placed them (interfacing side down) on the sticky cutting mat that I'll feed through the cutting machine.
Meanwhile, I picked out a retro TV shape to cut out.
I used the pink blade and loaded the fabric sheet into the machine...
At first I didn't think it worked. That is how clean a cut it was! It wasn't until I sort of bent the sheet that I realized it was actually cut. The retro TV design lifted right off, leaving the backing of the interfacing behind and the plastic stuff on my fabric. Just perfect.
So I ironed it onto my fabric and then sewed the edges. Yay! The only downside was that it was really a pain to peel off the interface backing from the sticky sheet. In the future I'll buy their interfacing!
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