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Posted on: 7/31/12 2:22 PM
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Baking parchment works well as a tracing paper for euro style patterns. It is stronger than tissue and is easy to find. Scotch Tape doesn't stick very well (postal tape is a little better) and it's a little slippery but it works great in a pinch and is affordable. The width is quite adequate for the most part.

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cherylwashere said... (8/2/12 7:24 PM) Reply
I use freezer wrap paper...it cost about the same, you get more of it and it's just slippery on one side... Reynolds makes it...
 
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