I am a new seamstress. Anyway, I recently ran into some troubles with drawing lines on stretch Panne. My white pencils and pens just did not seem to work.
I have devised this idea. Is it smart, dumb, or diabolical?
I traced the lines in white baby powder using a Q-tip. I sealed the small amount of baby powder lines with a thin amount of acylates containing hairspray. I chose acrylates hairspray because the acrylic group typically contain an OH group which would make it water soluble.?
SO was this smart, dumb, or crazy like a fox? Has anyone else tried this?
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Thanks! That makes sense, I didn’t think about using tissue paper, I’ll have to try that.
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