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Thread: Tracing Patterns

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    A little while ago, someone posted about using Dollar Store tissue paper fused to something to trace sewing patterns. I don't remember the instructions. Can anyone help me out?
    Thank you all so much.

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    Super Member kriscraft99's Avatar
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    I didn't see the post but it could have been lightweight fusible interfacing. It keeps the paper from tearing.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mimmis57
    A little while ago, someone posted about using Dollar Store tissue paper fused to something to trace sewing patterns. I don't remember the instructions. Can anyone help me out?
    Thank you all so much.

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    I think it was for tracing and then using as the base for Paper Piecing...easy to rip off...

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    Sounds like a two-step process than can be done in only one, using copy paper, or erasable typing paper.

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