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Re: [BKARTS] Backing up fabric



P.S. I don't have any demagogic reasons for not using the non-woven poly, by
the way. I've used Stitch Witchery with silk and was pleased with the
results. But my books were 3" square; for larger pieces of fabric I've
experienced difficulty getting all of the Stitch Witchery to bond to all of
the silk evenly. Stitch Witchery is archival, according to the chemist
friend of a book artist.

Beth

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Lee
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2008 8:26 AM
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Subject: Re: [BKARTS] Backing up fabric

Peggy,

Because silk is a traditional material, I think the traditional materials
would work the best <snip>

Beth Lee
Tallahassee, Florida
www.callibeth.com

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