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  1. ペッピナチョホセ

    Thank you for this how-to video!!! I've been looking for something like this for a car upholstery project I have been struggling with!!!!!!!

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  2. Steve Graham

    To me it seems counter productive. The whole purpose of laminating fabric is to make it water resistant. If that is the premise, then why go back over it, and sew faux quilting lines through it?

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  3. T&L's Nana

    I like to use parchment paper to iron these. It’s reusable and a friend & I split a 1,000-piece case from a restaurant supply store. I’ll never use it all up and it’s great for protecting my iron.

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  4. susanc111

    Love the tutorial! I ended up buying laminated cotton because I don't want to laminate a whole yard. I'll keep this in mind for smaller projects. BUT i did order some black and white striped knit to copy your shirt! 😀 😀

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  5. Doreen Crespo

    Great video until you topstitched the fabric which defeated the purpose of laminating the fabric. Now you have stitch holes in the plastic. 😏

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