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Tips & Techniques > tearing strips of faux fur

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Posted on: 8/31/04 4:37 PM
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I just bought a bit of faux fur and the lady at the counter was being reprimanded for "cutting" a customers fur. She ripped mine and it didn't even leave a "fluff" of fur floating around. I will tear the fur into strips and be very thankful. I had envisioned wearing a mask to cut 2" strips of white fur for a santa suit! YEa. (Doesn't work with bonded faux fur, though. I have some of that and have to vacuum after I cut it, sew it and hang it up!

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xela said... (9/1/04 5:31 PM) Reply
Thank you. What an excellent tip. I have faux fur in thte attic and this certainly make using it much faster.
 
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