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silicone for sequins (Tip/Technique)
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Posted on: 1/8/13 10:14 AM
After struggling with a piece of glued sequin/confetti fabric for a while I finally got smart and googled for tips. That's how I found this website. After reading the tips for using soap or waxpaper, I couldn't immediately put my hands on either and my mind was racing for other ideas. That's when it struck me. Silicone! I keep a can of spray silicone around (great for sticky locks, etc.) so I decided to try it on my sewing machine needle. I sprayed a bit of silicone into a little dish; dipped my finger and rubbed it on the needle. I continued to do this ever so often as I sewed and didn't have a bit of trouble with sticking or thread breaking.
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NVK said...
Great thinking. Thanks for the tip.
1/9/13 6:44 AM
oldsewandsew said...
Thanks for this - as someone already said - Great Tip!
1/9/13 11:08 AM
Geejay said...
Necessity being the mother of invention. Well done thanks for a valuable tip
1/10/13 5:06 AM
SandiMacD said...
We have a silicone cream used for dive gear- what a great tip.
1/10/13 7:09 AM
julie w said...
Gretbtip
1/11/13 6:40 PM

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