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Topic: Quilting tablecloths? Noob question about backing and interfacing  (Read 414 times)
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« on: June 05, 2013 06:54:44 AM »

So yeah, my googling skills have failed me. What do YOU do when making tablecloths? Just a backing without anything in between, or some sort of interfacing? Without anything I think they tend to get a bit too flimsy and uneven, but I haven't really seen interfacing thin enough to still get a "flowing" fabric. We don't have handy stores for these kinds of things where I live; I have to go looking online, but I need to know what to search for! The thinnest thing I have above clothes interfacing is a "grill" interfacing (thin-as-to-be-worthless-for-it pot holder interfacing), which I think is far too stiff for this kind of thing.

What do you do? Do you have any examples to show, and tell me what you've done? Smiley
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