I think I am seriously in love.
This is the product I used for my Fireworks on the Prairie quilt. Here is a small how-to on how I did it differently than the videos on the website. I found this way by accident and it makes it even easier (if you could imagine) than their way.
First, I trace the design on freezer paper and cut it out. I cut just inside the line to make it a little bit smaller. I then iron the freezer paper down on the fabric that I am using for the design.
Next, I stitch around the freezer paper. I use Bottom-Line in thread in the top and the fusible web in the bobbin. You can do it either way, but since I generally have a size 10 needle in my machine, it is easier for me to do it this way.
Yes, I do use a contrasting thread.
After stitching all the way around the shape, I cut as close as I can to the stitch line without clipping the threads. This can be difficult, so go slow.
Next I press, as directed, to the background fabric for about 10-15 seconds to fuse the shapes together. Not shown: Once the shape is fused down I spot-heat a section to lift up the top thread to separate it. I then spot-heat all around to make the top unravel.
After this I do a button-hole stitch in the matching thread. You can use whatever decorative stitch you want; zig-zag, herringbone, etc.
The other cool thing is that the fabric is not stiff like when you use steam-a-seam or wonder-under. You can also trim away fabrics like traditional applique. I actually trimmed the black away from the white stars in the quilt.