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Posted on: 9/20/06 5:20 PM
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Not sure if this has been suggested...I have a little basket near my sewing table that I keep prewashed, precut, rolled press cloths. I find that I go through a lot of press cloths especially when I'm doing a lot of fusing or working with bleedable/colored fabrics. I like a fresh one with each new project. So, I use leftover muslin and I cut it to size with my rotary cutter, roll them up individually, and place them in my basket. It takes less than 5 minutes and I have a good supply on hand whenever I need one!

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Susan M said...
What a great idea! I have a used muslin sitting in the sewing trash. I'll take it out and prep it for the ironing area.
9/21/06 12:19 PM
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