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Thread: paper dolls (fabric)

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    paper dolls (fabric)

    Does anyone know of a backing to put on the paper doll fabric so they will stick?

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    I used flannel and I think I have heard of people using felt.

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    I also used flannel, it works great!!
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    I used a fusible interface which was like flannel. Ironed on the sheet of clothes then cut each one out. Check Joann's - they do carry a lot of interfacing.

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    when these first came out, the patterns said to use Pellon fusible fleece. think it was fleece. anyway, it comes on a roll. used for tote bags too.

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    Like sewmary, I used a fusible interfacing. Works great.

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