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Tips & Techniques > Baby Steps 2 - Interfacing large areas

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Posted on: 8/6/06 5:30 PM
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When interfacing large areas, for example to stabilise a loosely woven fabric that will be made up into a jacket, pin the interfaced pieces to the paper pattern and compare them. Sometimes one or both of them will have moved. Recut the interfaced fabric where necessary so that they match exactly.

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Lee-Lee said... (8/19/06 3:26 AM) Reply
Thanks for a great idea!
OP Gal said... (8/8/06 1:28 PM) Reply
Hey, good idea. I'll definitely keep that one i mind.
 
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