After some careful nudging, I am going to go out on a limb and further describe the Glad Press 'n Seal technique as seen in DVD #5, Fancy Flowers. This is a wonderful method for holding your paper pattern in place while cutting out the piece of Felt; making it fun & easy to Appliquéd Felt to your needlepoint.
The first photo, from DVD #5, shows Amy with a piece of Felt, a paper pattern, and the Glad Press 'n Seal covering them up.
The second photo shows the newly cut piece of Felt. The Glad Press 'n Seal held the paper pattern in place onto the Felt, and was thin enough for precision cutting.
Jan had a question: What if I can't find Glad Press 'n Seal, what else could I use? I would suggest Clear Contact Paper, or Clear Wide Sealing Tape. The idea is to use something to hold the paper pattern down onto the felt while you concentrate on the cutting.
(UPDATE 04-14-10: Amy really, really wants people to try to find the Glad Press 'n Seal because she said my 2 alternative suggestions both have a down side of the glue gunk getting on possibly the scissors, at best and the fabric, at worst. "Tell them to really make an effort to get the Press 'n Seal for that technique if they can." Sorry! Robin)
This technique is seen in DVD #5. There are many more techniques & tricks by Amy Bunger in the Fancy Flowers DVD; I don't think I spoiled the ending. Hope this helps. Thanks, Robin