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kbarlowdesign
« on: November 23, 2013 08:56:12 AM »

Hello!

As I'm working on a chickadee, I realized I stabbed the wings in too deep on certain places, and rather than trying to layer more felt on top (I'd mixed two colours), I used a straight pin to gently lift the top layer to soften the look. It's all still firmly attached, but the top layer doesn't show stab marks, and the wings are all even now!

Just thought I'd share my experiment/discovery - if anyone thinks it's a bad idea please let me know! Smiley
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