My subject is sewing patterns. I was making a lot of hats for my granddaughters so what I did was I took iron on interfacing and ironed it onto the pattern to make it last longer. No more tearing of the pattern and I am sure it will me last forever.
By Cindy from Oxford, NJ
Remember to buy, Con-Tact (brand) paper.
This comes in a clear transparent style, it's permanent, lots cheaper then interfacing.
Also can be used to cover jackets on expensive books, will last a lifetime.
I am not sure what interfacing is, but I am going to walmart to get some for crafts! Sounds like it could be used for lots of different things, and I never would have thought of using it for this. I am voting for this craft to win! Thank you for sharing!
I do this too and it is so worth whatever expense is involved, as patterns are often expensive.
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