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Old 02-15-2003, 07:25 PM   #5
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Cape sewing

For my capes, I use a thick felt-like material, then I put the design, whether on paperbag, graphpaper next, and last I put some of that pellon on top, and sew the bias around it. The pellon helps keep it sturdy without tearing the paper to shreds..It tends to be a bit heavier, but not bad...

Whaddyyaa think?
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