I already had the original Goddess Sheet (10-3/4" x 16-1/2") and the Big Goddess Sheet (17-3/4" x 24"). But I recently "discovered" the Fat Goddess Sheet (21" x 27") and boy, what a difference it makes!
I actually had it in my supplies, but had not used it ... I kept defaulting to my Big one because it was already on my work table. (You know how lazy I am!) When I finally pulled out the Fat one (that just doesn't sound right!) and used it, I couldn't believe what a big difference those extra inches make. And, of course, it was made the perfect size for fusing fat quarters, which I hadn't even thought about.
|This picture doesn't have anything to do with Goddess Sheets ...|
I just liked the image of the "goddess head" and put it here
to entertain you. ;^)
Now I realize that I don't ever want to "make do" with just one or two of the Goddess Sheets ... I need all of them! Yes, I've used parchment paper, it works too ... but it gets wrinkled, torn, and very quickly unusable. I've decided that ultimately I will save money by just using the Goddess Sheets.
I became obsessed with them when I fell in love with Mistyfuse (which I love by the bolt).
So thank you, Iris Karp and Mistyfuse, for both of these essential tools. Now I'm considering (would "coveting" be a better word?) the little Hobbico Iron for spot-fusing ... hmmmm.