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    Nov 9, 2010, 07.00 PMby nidhi

    Thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial! i’m sure it’ll save me lots of time and money for some of my sewing projects!

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    Nov 1, 2010, 02.54 AMby kelepso

    Great tutorial and the video was helpful too.

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    Oct 7, 2010, 01.52 PMby mmaldonado

    very useful! can you use any kind of paper as a stabilizer?

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      Oct 10, 2010, 06.35 AMby sanantoniorose

      I’ve used tissue paper (but I usually crumple it then flatten it so it’s not slippery).
      BUT if you’re sewing something that you may keep a long time (like a pretty handkie or christening gown), cheap paper will eventually oxidize and stain or weaken the fabric. So use proper stabilizers (or acid-free archival paper) for precious projects.

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