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Old 04-09-2013, 11:40 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by delila77 View Post
nah not weird, never weird. if it works for you then its all good. never tried using an iron on beadwork. i just would be cautious i think about using it on any glassbeads. i might try it and see how it comes out. thanks for the inspiration!:)
Ive never had a problem, plus you would need alot more heat to harm glass then what iron puts out. I gently press front and back, sometimes placeing a wash cloth in between. I even know somebody who irons their thread! That ive not done to afraid of melting it.
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