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Topic: Soldering iron and synthetic fabrics?  (Read 701 times)
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« on: March 16, 2007 05:03:55 PM »

I got a book at the libary today and got incredibly inspired. Its:

"Fusing Fabric: Creative Cutting, Bonding and Mark-Making With the Soldering Iron" by Margaret Beal

Its got some fantastic ideas about fusing synthetic fabrics (nylon organza, chiffon, acrylic felt) and some of it has machine embroidery too. The results are more art than craft so I posted this on the art board.  Smiley

If anyone has read this book, I would love to discuss ideas or see some finished projects.

My fiancee is out tonight and his soldering iron is sitting in plain view. I think its going to get some excercise tonight. I've got all the supplies I need to start! I'll post pics when I get something made.  Grin

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