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write “Iron-on Interfacing” on a border of the cloth to prevent the contact of the interfacing residue with the iron surface. Make sure the writing is up every time you press, so the glue residue will always be on the same side of the fabric.

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    Dec 1, 2011, 10.10 PMby Testosterone

    Brilliance coupled with easy instructions. Thank you!

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    Feb 12, 2011, 10.29 PMby Wendy Loo

    Thanks for the great tips. I’ve shyed away from the press cloth (unless absolutely necessary) because I couldn’t see what I was doing underneath. Love the idea as using it over fusible interfacing.

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