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Posted by: katlady

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Posted on: 7/10/14 3:02 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   Very Helpful by 12 people   
I bought a roll at JoAnn's of the runner that brides use for the aisle; it's like strong pellon, 36" x 50 feet long. I use it for tracing patterns, making patterns, making quick try-ons. I was able to get a roll for about $5 that had the plastic covering damaged, and a tiny soil spot on the end of the roll. This stuff is great! Keep your eye out for it on sale, or maybe pick it up after a wedding or at church.

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rossew said... (10/28/14 12:35 PM) Reply
Thanks! will keep in mind
Pj3g said... (7/11/14 0:07 AM) Reply
Good thinking!
AtiyaAfi said... (7/10/14 5:41 PM) Reply
The ultimate DIY supply on the cheap! Gotta try using this. Thanks.
Deepika said... (7/10/14 4:44 PM) Reply
I had never thought of that. What a great idea.
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