Fuse the pattern pieces to the fabrics of your choice. I lightly fused the LSAS2 to my fabrics. If you are using our kit you will need to refer to the Fabric Chart that was enclosed with your kit as some fabrics will be used more than once. Feel free to substitute fabric from your stash if you want more variety. The photo below shows the fusible web for the ghost body ready to fuse down to the wrong side of the lined ghost fabric. Take care not to distort the shape when pressing this large of an applique.
Cut out all of your pieces on the penciled lines and peel off the remaining paper liner.
Place the Applique Pressing Sheet over the placement pattern. You can clearly see your pattern.
Place your pieces over the placement sheet in numerical order. When you are pleased with the arrangement, lightly fuse them together. For the ghost, fuse the eyes, lids, and nose into place on the ghost body. Lightly trace the smile lines and the eyeball placement--you might need the help of a light box or a sunny window. For the skeleton, fuse the hat and band to the top of the skeleton head. Lightly trace the eye and nose sockets and teeth. Take a small scissor with a very sharp blade and cut out the eye and nose sockets.
Now, to prepare the background fabric. Cut twelve 10 x 12 1/2" pieces from background fabric. If using the background fabric supplied in the kit, cut three 12 1/2" strips across the width of the fabric. Next, open the strips and trim into four 10" pieces--four different shades of purple. These pieces are oversized to allow for a neat final trim after the applique is finished.
Use the darkest backgound piece for the ghost. Place background fabric right side up over placement sheet. Make sure there is extra fabric around the placement sheet on all sides. You can see in the photo where the placement sheet is and how much fabric is left around it. Place fused applique ghost on background, aligning shape with placement sheet. Fuse ghost to the background fabric following fusible web instructions.