Still lots of fabric remnants left over, but it seems a pity to throw them away? Be creative and make your own design with Filmoplast H 54
Set your iron at the highest setting and first of all allow steam to spurt out of the iron a few times away from the ironing board to prevent any residual water from getting onto the Solufleece. Then move the steaming iron slowly across your work, holding it approx. 1 cm above the work. Allow the material to cool down now and then so that moisture can escape, and then move across your work with the steam iron again.
Leave your work to stand for an hour to cool down completely, then wash the Solufleece out in the washing machine at approx. 30°. After the work has dried, turn it inside out so that the wrong side is on the top. Then cover with 272 Thermolam and the second outer fabric with the wrong side facing down.
Cut out jersey fabric and G 785 to the required length and width (corresponding to the length of the edges of the crushed work). Iron onto the wrong side with G 785 (iron on at a low heat in parts in order to avoid distortion; then press on firmly step by step using a damp cloth, 8 sec., 2-3 dots). Turn the edges 1 cm in to the inside and iron down, iron the strip halfway towards the fold and open out again.
Further creations by Vilene
Your baby will sleep really well on a flat pillow you have made yourself with Quilter's Grid.
Cover your baby at night with a blanket made of pure natural fibres – to match the pillow.