To fix you can add stabilization either temporary or permanent. Because these types of fabric are stretchy. It's best to use a rotary cutter. But consider duplicating the patterns in tissue paper.
How do you stabilize fleece?
Another choice to try when you're hemming fleece is to use an interfacing tape. SewKeysE knit interfacing tape is a pretty awesome fabric that will stabilize the hem area and help you sew a beautiful hem on fleece. Press it lightly in place with the tip of your iron.
What is the best sewing machine setting for fleece?
When using a sewing machine; select a size 12(80) Universal needle, for sewing most fleece fabrics. Set machine for a long stitch (8 to 10 stitches per inch). A straight stitch or narrow zigzag works best. It is often helpful to decrease the presser foot pressure if possible.
How do you keep fleece from stretching?
Use a longer stitch Since fleece is a knit fabric beneath the fuzzy pile, a short stitch length can cause it to stretch and distort. Adjust your stitch length to be slightly longer than usual, about eight to ten stitches per inch, whether you're using a straight stitch or zig-zag.
How do you cut fabric without it moving?
And pattern in place without leave pins. Consider using a rotary cutter. This handy gadget which works like a pizza cutter is particularly useful for cutting out slippery or stretchy fabric.
How do you sew fleece without stretching it?
A straight stitch or narrow zigzag works best. It is often helpful to decrease the presser foot pressure if possible. If fleece is very thick, it may be helpful to set pressure foot onto seam allowance about ¼ inch and start stitching. It can also be helpful to hold fabric taut as you sew.