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Home   Arts and Crafts  Embroidery  Tips & Hints
Published: 01/22/2009 6:31AM


To avoid the flat look of finished embroidery and to have the three dimensional aspect,
without puckering and damage to the threads, you should iron embroidered garments
the following way:


  1. Place a fluffy terry cloth towel on an ironing board.
  2. Place the embroidery up-side down on the towel.
  3. Press the iron on to the garment from the opposite side of the embroidery.

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DE01740   02/10/2013 7:53AM
What a great idea!! I will definitely have to try this tip.

amishneighbor7   11/09/2011 9:59AM
Whoa,first I heard of this! Thank you!!!!!

nbritt   05/26/2009 2:57PM
Thank you for this great tip!


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