Freezer paper is simply a roll of paper with a plastic coating applied to one side. It is wonderful for creating templates and not having to reverse anything. Just trace the template onto the dull side of the freezer paper, cut it out and iron onto the right side of the fabric. Then cut the shape out around the freezer paper. Depending what you are doing you may need to leave a ½″ around the template if you need to turn the edges under.
Iron freezer paper? Definitely. Make sure to iron with the shiny side down so it will stick to the fabric when it gets heated. It leaves no residue and just peels off. Plus it can be used several times before it loses its ability to stick to the fabric.
A great way to make templates that do not need fusible web and templates that are large.
One box of freezer paper that measures 15.2 m x 457 mm.