Added Jun 12, 2013
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This is a little design that I cam up with. First I drew it on my computer and then printed it onto a product called transfer eze. Then I just stuck the design onto the fabric and got busy sewing. When I was done I just soaked it in the sink with just tap water. No residue, ink, or anything was left over! Then I let my project dry, framed it in an embroidery hoop, and hung it on my wall.
cotton fabric, cotton embroidery floss, transfer eze
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