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oshun99
« on: January 24, 2006 11:30:40 AM »

i found this great bag at the thrift store that a want to turn into my crafts bag, but it got meriil lynch written on the front.
I assume it's iron-on, so does anyone know how i can remove this? Maybe some sort of solvent?....

i could just cover it, but that would require my applique to be much bigger than i wanted.
Help, please!
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