Well,
I absorbed the chiffon fabric in starch for ironing.
I left for drying in the sun on a table.
After that drying the fabric, cut the rye was able to easily (relatively).
The stitching also became much more comfortable.
Recommended …
Work without the chiffon fabric, recommend more (-:

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