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Topic: Advice on making a fur throw/working with fur fabric?  (Read 375 times)
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« on: February 14, 2010 10:07:07 AM »

At the fabric store last week I saw a really cute and ridiculously touchable (fake) fur fabric. We're re-doing our bedroom right now, and are considering a Hollywood Regency style. The fabric might make a really cute throw for the foot of the bed, or something to snuggle under on a chair in the room.

Any advice on working with such stuff, so far as backing suggestions, sewing with fur fabric (I'm still a bit of a newbie sewer, but a throw, being rectangular, *should* be idiot-proof), keeping it from fraying and so forth? I've never worked with fur fabric before. Thanks!

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