61839Re: [LR_Cos] Re: More Thranduil Fabric Questions.
- Mar 17, 2014I'd be interested in learning more about it myself. I've only ever seen it used in balloons and for looking at the eclipse before. I didn't know you could sew with it. Thanks for the links.On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 3:02 PM, Diana Thompson <diana.thompson95@...> wrote:I am putting a few links here for anyone...NOT to endorse any sellers..but because their site explains nicely exactly what mylar is, does and the many different types. You can buy mylar
sheeting in many places.....as far as sewing techniques with it, check You tube....type in mylar for sewing and/or embroidery.....also mylar as a fabric in searches. As soon as I can, I will be posting some You tube tutorials, and if this is one people would be interested in, let me know.diana
As A Courtesy To Others... When Forwarding Emails, Please ALWAYS without being reminded, Delete Sender's Information, And Send Bcc To Prevent Spam And ID Theft.On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 4:29 PM, Daniel Sanders <daniel.marcus.sanders@...> wrote:What is Mylar? And what exactly do you use it to accomplish? I'm googling, but am only seeing mylar in use with printers.
On Mar 17, 2014, at 3:43 PM, Diana Thompson <diana.thompson95@...> wrote:consider incorporating some fluid hand mylar into the lower layers...it will catch and refract the light....it is supple enough to work with....I use it as a base for some embroideries...M.Diana Thompsonwww.blackthistledesigns.com
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