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Posted on: 3/23/03 10:02 PM
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You can use the handle of a wooden spoon or a spatula to press your small seams open,also a wooden chopstick will work if you do not have a point presser.To press a small dart open I use a skewer

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Loreli said...
Thats a good idea Els. I will have a wooden spoon beside the ironingboard from now on.
3/24/03 3:09 PM
 
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