Freezer paper sheets are a convenient way to stabilize fabric while tracing an embroidery pattern. Package of 10 sheets 8 1/2" x 11".
Method 1 - Make a copy of my embroidery pattern onto the paper side of the freezer paper. I then iron the waxy side to the back of my fabric using a hot, dry iron. Now the pattern and fabric are stuck together - no wiggling around! Please note - if the design is directional then the design will need to be printed in reverse onto the freezer paper.
Method 2 - Iron the wrong side of fabric onto the waxy side of the freezer paper. You will need to start with a piece of fabric slightly larger than the 8 1/2" x 11" freezer paper. Carefully trim the fabric to 8 1/2" x 11". Place your embroidery pattern on the scan bed of your inkjet printer and place the freezer paper fabric into the paper tray of the printer. Make sure the fabric is loaded the correct way for your printer (with my printer I place the fabric down). Make a copy of the pattern. No tracing! Please note - if there is anything on the pattern page you don't want printed on your fabric, make sure you cut it off prior to printing.
Watch a YouTube video tutorials for printing directly onto your fabric - YOUTUBE TO THE POINT WITH KATHY SCHMITZ