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cjssana
« on: October 26, 2013 09:26:51 AM »

Hello everyone! I'm new to embroidering, and working on my first project. But while I was out shopping, I saw some punch tools and began wondering.  I can see how the work created from them can come unraveled quickly, some people online had recommended using fabric glue to keep the thread in place. Could you use fusible interfacing instead to keep the stitches in place? IE, if you were embroidering a baby blanket that would probably get more washes, would it work better than glue?
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