Added Jan 13, 2011
I used this one for my Macramee silk top.
It is a technique I use whenever I want to incorporate a cutout detail in my project, mostly on the backs. It works with all shapes and can be also helpful for bound pockets or button holes.
You can find more sewing and crafting tutorials on my blog:"katarinasellsseashells.blogspot.com"
fusible interfacing, fabric, sewing machine/ needle, thread, iron
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