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1201  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: My sheer hell (help!) on: October 16, 2004 05:29:19 PM
starch.  Last time I fiddled with a sheer I saturated the fabric in liquid starch (the kind you get in the laundry section of the market) set the fabric on grain and let it dry.  Then I cut and sewed everything. It felt like I was working with paper but I had no trouble and the starch washes right out wen I'm done.  I've been told spary starch and an iron work as well but I had the time to use the liquid.

Mieka
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