Madi Hastings' "Invicta" Pattern with full-size layout guide. Background fabrics not included.
Background information on Laser Cut Quilts:
"Laser-cut" sounds like a daunting, highly technological method for applique quilting, but it just makes the project easier.
We use a large heat press (think gigantic iron that can exert pressure) to smash the fusible adhesive into the fibers of the fabrics. This will help “glue” the applique down to your project. We use SoftFuse Premium Fusible, as it doesn’t gum up needles, layers effortlessly, and isn’t too bulky, but sticks to projects well.
Before sewing, peel off the fusible paper backing.
Using an applique layout guide (if applicable), secure each piece into place on the quilting project by pressing, without steam, for 5 to 7 seconds. If there are lots of layers, we recommend using an applique press sheet to secure layers together before ironing the entire object to your quilt.
Sew down with a buttonhole, zigzag, or straight stitch. Or, if you’re feeling particularly lazy, just machine quilt right over top of the applique.