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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / What fabric to use for potholders / oven mitts? on: June 28, 2010 11:44:41 PM
Hey all Smiley

I really love a lot of the potholders and oven mitts that you post here, so I decided I want to make a few of them as well.
Just don't know what fabric to use.. I would think cotton or linen or so for the outer layer would be okay, but what do I use for the inside?
Something heatproof and insulating I suppose... I did try to search the forums, but somehow I am incapable of finding the answers I am looking for  Huh

What do you use to fill potholders and oven mitts?

Thanks for your answers  Smiley
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / What glue to use? on: February 05, 2008 01:43:11 PM
Hello and thanks for reading this..

I have a question: I have a small dresser, which I refinished some time ago, but there's something lacking..
Now I found a nice blue wallpaper (just paper nothing fancy) which I want to decoupage-frenzy on to the dresser... I'm not sure what glue to use for that? It's alkyd-based paint... Do I need wallpaper glue? Will mod podge do (I'm a mod podge novice:P) or do I have to do something completely different?

Any hints/tips whatsoever would be very much appreciated!

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