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Posted on: 11/16/12 2:17 AM
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Better to use a more fabric-like water-soluble stabilizer for the bottom; then you can add a gentle misting of Sulky 2000 eco-friendly spray basting to help your strips stay neighborly. :) This tip relates to my post about my Scrappy Ends Scarf, which you can see on my blog, Artelicious, at www.tina-rathbone.blogspot.com/2012/11/scrappy-ends-scarf.html

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