Added Aug 1, 2010
Ok now is the _fun_ part! One by one, take the strips of tulle and fold them back and forth (7" for this exact resist) and when doing this, the more even each layer's width is the better.
For example, notice how I am impatient and when doing this step I did not make each one exactly 7" wide, the result was a more irregular row of scallops. This is not bad, but if you want a very even and consistent product...then measure measure measure! Also it helps to have an extra pair of hands to hold down each layer, since tulle does not wrinkle easily it is much harder to keep flat.
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