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Topic: iron on transfers and appliques  (Read 473 times)
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« on: August 05, 2006 06:36:41 PM »

i wanted to add some fabric circles to my little purse thingy to dress it up a bit, but  couldn't cut a very good circle out of fabric and i wanted the fabric to be stiffer... so in my little world of a beginner sewer i had no idea how to do this. until i saw my iron on transfers that kinda suck out of the corner of my eye. i ironed it fast to my fabric, made a circle on the back(on the peel off paper) and cut it out. peeled of the paper and "voila" a perfectly stiff circle for my little purse thingy. all i had to do was sew it on and it worked!  Shocked

i thought i'd post this, in case anyone else doesn't know what to do with some crappy iron on transers.
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