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« on: June 25, 2019 05:25:11 PM »

Hi!  I've crocheted a LOT of crowns for an upcoming craft fair I'm doing.

I've used cheap yarn to make them b/c they come out stiffer with that kind of yarn.  I then sprayed water on them and ironed them to keep their shape.

What I'm wondering is if anyone thinks that if I use spray starch on them and iron them again, would it make the yarn stiffer and help it to hold it's shape when worn?

I am grateful for any and all opinions/answers/suggestions!  Smiley
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