That might be worth a try. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions, articles and access our other FREE features. Put your ear right up close to it and you might actually be able to hear it begging. There are many craft fabric stiffeners on the market, but some can be expensive or hard to find.
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Or, something like stitch withcery between two sheets.
There must be lots…. The Krylon will not discolor your fabric. The glued border of the paper should be allowed to stick to the board. Fuse your fabric to both sides of the siffener, cut your pattern out and sew it up. A moist sponge will patse remove remaining creases. I only know of PVA for this sort of stiffening I’m afraid. Site Discussions Wearable Art.
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Guide the state of confusion, Florida Send email to dbclemons. The waiting was agony, I tell you. Share on ThriftyFun This guide contains the following solutions. How about starch in fagric pure form.
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Find all posts by normanhotep. Hi Laura, There is a fabric stiffener like a glue – called Stiffy. Hi Laura, welcome to Mixed Media. Crafts Using Fabric Remnants. Send email to purplepixi. Find all posts by idylbrush. Afbric email to Jakeally. Send a private message to Sonia. In an envelope with a special invitation or letter.
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Find all threads started by normanhotep. Apply glue to paper- right to the edge. I’ll jump in here You can get that at Hobbycraft stores. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!
Hurrah, I hear you cry. The hide glue suggestion from Mary is something I would second; although, there are varying brands of quality.