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    Sep 27, 2008, 12.39 PMby fashionworld11

    wow that looks awsome! i really like what you made. i can’t wait to try it .

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    May 28, 2008, 09.52 AMby plaidrose

    OMG!! THIS IS SO AWESOME! This is an awesome way to be creative and make your own stuff!! this is what i was looking for when i wanted to put some applique on my sweater. I came up with something for that, but i know i will use this how to for my next projects. THANKS!!!!

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    May 15, 2008, 07.51 AMby beingv

    Fantastic! I was so inspired by your ideas that I just purchased several packs of RinsAway online for myself and a friend. My mind is racing with ideas. This is awesome :)

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    Feb 3, 2008, 11.59 AMby ponyhuetchen

    This is wonderfull. I adored your beautyful bag a few days ago (also my boyfriend, who was sitting next to me, thought it is beautyful and he is really fussy…).

    Now I discoverd this how to. Well, thank you so much!

    I think I have to try this very soon…

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    Jun 25, 2007, 12.05 PMby nayantara

    It is water soluble backing. One brand that makes it is called Rins-A-Way.

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    Jun 14, 2007, 05.00 PMby mirela

    THANK YOU!!!

    I kept wondering all the time what to do with all the trim remains and I have bought the soluble backing for something else, but it was no good. Finally! Now i know what to do!

    Also I think this could work if you have a serger, and you simply sew through the water soluble backing (without the serger knife), and maybe use many different colors for the serger threads.

    Instead of buying lace, this is what I’ll do from now on!

    You made my day! I’ll try it tonight!

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