Adger Chaco Ace Moonveil tracing paper is transparent enough for you to see design clearly through it. So transfer paper is not necessary when you transfer your design to your fabric.
It’s particularly useful when you would like to transfer your design onto a thick and / or textured fabric for which usual transfer methods don’t work.
How to use it (demonstration pictures are here too for you) :
1- Put a cellophane sheet in between your pattern and tracing paper. Tracing paper is on the top.
2- trace with water erasable fabric marker
3- put tracing paper (has pattern on now) directly on top of you fabric. Use same water erasable marker, trace again but slowly this time. In the beginning check how quick or slow your tracing speed should be because different fabric takes different time to absorb ink, some slower, some quicker. Once finished, remove tracing paper and you are done!
Due to the nature of tracing paper:
- a pattern on tracing paper can be traced multiple times
- this is my experience and observation only – once finishing tracing a design, gently wash that tracing paper. Let it dry. Depends on how long the pattern has stayed on tracing paper and type of marker used, most of pattern can be washed away so that the tracing paper can be used again!
- this tracing paper is soft so it can be used on 3-D objects!
Each pack contains 5 sheets of tracing paper of 30cm x 50cm.
** please note, pictures with instructions are demonstration of how this tracing paper is used. Not part of this product.