The nylon mesh stencil is so easy to use. There is no right or wrong side, just position the stencil, swipe the Pounce Pad over the top, lift off and sew!
Some stencils have circles with a cross for alignment of repeating designs.
Off-Set Circles 4"
Quilting circles on quilts has become very popular. They are a little different than a grid of circles as these are offset to give a different dimensional look and texture than a straight grid. Either use with a 4" circle ruler and use the chalk for placement or just go for it and follow the chalk lines. To repeat the stencil flip it over and use the registration marks to line it up.
How to care for your Full Line Stencils
They are tough and can be transferred countless times. If they begin to get a little dusty fro the chalk, use a damp cloth to clean them. A dry microfibre towel works really well. If you're using the Ultimate Pounce Powder you can actually iron them to clean them! Don't iron if you've been using other colours of chalk (Pinhole Quilting only sell the white)
How to store Full Line Stencils
You can punch holes into them or put them in sheet protectors. For the larger stencils you can store flat or roll them up as they don't retain much memory and can be ironed to get rid of creases.