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    Profile photo of ConnieConnie @totter2

    Hi all, I’m having trouble understanding the fusible web for the Windows? Does it become the white that shows in the photo? what should I do if I want the Windows to be a different fabric?

    Profile photo of Lightning McStitchLightning McStitch @LightningMcStitch

    Hi Connie @totter2
    Fusible web is like double sided interfacing. It’s used to stick two different fabrics together.
    If you want white windows, you’d have to cut rectangles of white fabric and use fusible web to stick it down.
    Thus, your windows can be whatever you want them to be.
    If you don’t have fusible web, you could use fabric glue, or pins and then stitch it down with the “window sash” ribbon.
    Enjoy, it’s such a great project.

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