Thread: rosette problem
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Old 03-16-2013, 06:42 PM   #3
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The good chemist has a nice solution.

If you decide not to do that, you might try shrinking the fabric beneath it with HOT HOT water and after dry, try a hot iron on the back of the work. I have shrunk fabric that way. Hopefully the thread also doesn't shrink. You run that risk.

Not knowing what you have for backing, I don't know if this solution will work for you or not. But it is another solution.
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