by cfidl 14d ago

Here is a replacement top for this jewelry box. I may need to rethink how it works as it may not be stiff enough. I also screwed up in the the fusible backing was 2 sided and I got fuse on my small ironing table topper. Any ideas how to get it off? I was hoping packing tape would hold it together, however that is not working. I do not know if there is enough fuse left to stick to cotton, however that is all I can think of.

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by bowlds 6d ago

Neat idea!

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

Thanks!

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by pennyhal2 11d ago

Lovely design! The thread colors you used sure give it depth and interest! There is a product that you can get at Joann's that permanently stiffens fabric. But first, you'd have to get rid of the wrinkles like the hints below.

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I have some stiffy, not sure I want to use it as it is adhered to fusible fleece.

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by blueeyedblonde 11d ago

Great job! Hope you get everything figured out!

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I will let you know! Thanks!

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by pennifold 12d ago

Lovely work and I hope you can fix the issue with some sort of stiffener. Love Chris

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I will find out soon enough. Thank you!

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by basketkase 13d ago

Very pretty, Christine......great idea too.....

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

As long as it works. Lol! Thank you Vicki!

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by castor 13d ago

put baking Paper on the sticky Spot then iron very hot The Paper will take the Sticky Stuff of ,hugs Ursula

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pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 11d ago

By baking paper, do you mean parchment paper? I can't get the glue off my iron at all.

cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I use steel wool on my iron, even one with soap in it. like brillo or SOS. I think I have some freezer paper and will try that first. Thanks

castor by castor 10d ago

baking paper is also called Silicon paper hugs

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by bevnorris 14d ago

If you do wish to make it more stiff (I think that is what I would do) you could dissolve some soluble stabiliser cut-offs in warm water, run through strainer to eliminate lumps, soak embroidery until it has absorbed the "starch". Iron on wrong side while still damp, on towel or padded board, using baking paper or applique mat or similar, under iron, concentrating on ironing close to edges of embroidery. (Using perhaps a small hand-full of cut-offs in a half-filled small/medium bowl of warm water.)
The stitch-out is very pretty and perfect for your box. I hope you find an answer...

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lbrow by lbrow 13d ago

Beautiful!

cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I use liquid goo (That is what I call it a lot, I am not sure since I have it adhered to the fusible felt( I think that is what I used) if that would work. I will probably put a piece of matt board on the back side and use gorilla hot glue. Thank you!

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by robertahilde 14d ago

The design is great so is the stitching, looks very pretty as it is.
Hugs Roberta

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

Thank you!

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by sonjapotgieter 14d ago

So very Pretty!!!Well done..Love it!!

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

Now to finish it! Thank you

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by noah 14d ago

I use lighter fluid to get stuff off Love your design

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

I may try that if the freezer paper does not work. Thank you!

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by asterixsew Moderator 14d ago

Not sure about your dilemma but your sewing/ design is great

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

Thank you, I appreciate it.

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by materialgirl 14d ago

That is really pretty.

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

Thank you so much!

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by dailylaundry 14d ago

This is so very pretty! Nice stitching!!

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cfidl by cfidl 11d ago

Thank you, \now to finish it to my satisfaction.

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