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Posted on: 9/24/05 3:28 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   
While making the ears of a batman costume for my DS, I needed to interface small triangles. I had already cut the small fabric pieces. I cut a generous piece of interfacing, laid it sticky side up on the ironing board, laid my cut triangle on top of that (wrong side down), laid a larger piece of gift wrap tissue paper over that and ironed. The excess interfacing stuck right to the tissue paper. I turned the whole thing over and ironed the other side as well. Then, I cut the whole thing along the lines of my fabric triangles, which I could see easily through the gift wrap tissue. The tissue just fell away and I had a perfect interfaced triangle.

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els said...
Thanks for sharring this great tip.
9/24/05 6:47 PM
Jayme girl said...
great tip Thanks
9/26/05 8:29 AM
Nickle said...
What a great tip- thanks for sharing.
9/27/05 6:10 AM
France said...
Great tip, I do the same except I never thought of using the tissue paper, so I get a bit of glue on by ironing board. I do this for larger pieces as well such as collars and cuffs.
9/27/05 8:47 PM
bumblebee said...
Your little Batman is very cute. Nice tip.
10/30/05 7:40 AM
 
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