Iron the waxy side of your freezer paper to the back side of your fabric on a medium setting.
Once it’s stuck, trim any excess paper.
Do you see off to the right where the bread has already made a little grease spot on the paper? That’s why we lined the fabric with it – the waxy side protects the fabric from getting any little ugly grease spots on it.
Now, bring the ends up, line them up together, and fold/roll them down like you would do to a lunch sack, until the fold is flat against your bread. You can tape it temporarily if you want to, if you are finding this difficult to do. We’re going to wrap the open ends like a present, so if you’re good at that you can probably managed just fine without taping it.
Now, fold the sides in to make triangles (as I mentioned, just like a present) and ultimately fold them down around the bottom of your loaf. Tie a ribbon around it to hold those ends in place.
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