Reynolds freezer paper is widley used a s a craft material.
It is coated with a fine plastic on one side and when heated with an iron on a gentle heat, will temporarily adhere to fabric or other materials and can be removed quickly without leaving a trace - no stain, nothing.
In corsetry, it is therefore good for accurately cutting panels and also marking out bone channels.
Because the paper stays in place until it is removed, you can literally sew around it, and then remove it without any hassle at all.
To use Reynolds® Freezer Paper all you do is trace your design (panel or boning channel) onto the dull 'papery' side of freezer paper then cut and apply the paper shiny side down to your fabric - remember to get all your bits the right way round.
Your paper will stick to the fabric while you cut or sew around it.
When finished, you can remove the paper cleanly and without a mark.
Paper is 381mm / 15" wide.
Full box is 50sq feet (13 1/3 yards x 15") 4.64m² (12.1m x 381mm)
Can also be used for appliqué, stencil work and other craft projects. Freezer paper is re-usable once or twice.
- Ideal for general arts and crafts
- Perfect for templates to quilt, pierce or applique
- Can be lightly adhered to fabric using a hot iron
- Plastic Coated
- Creating templates to reduce time in quilting
Reynolds Freezer Paper For Arts, Crafts and Quilting