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« on: June 09, 2009 03:01:36 AM »

I have no idea if this is in the right place, so mods please feel free to move it if not.

I've been looking at fabric rose tutorials and I want to make some in PVC. Not the heavy upholstery fabric, the dress weight. My question is, has anyone ever done this before, and how did you change the method to accommodate the different fabric (i.e. some of them say to iron creases in the fabric, which I know is bad for PVC). I know this has been done in latex, so it's got to be possible, but is it worth the hassle?

Any advice would be much appreciated. Smiley

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