by tonilee 25 Oct 2010

and most would say how would i not know that. i put it to dry on a sham wow, its absorbent right, no it picks up all the orange fuzzes. at least its orange fuzzes. hugs. Toni lee

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by kttyhwk4 25 Oct 2010

I dry my FSL on the plastic canvas sheets, that way air gets to the underside too and they dry quickly. If I have a few that want to curl up I just lay another sheet over them and set something on top...usually a can of something from the pantry. DH has quit asking why I have cans of food all over the cabinet...lol...he loves the fsl almost as much as me. BTW...In case your don't already realize it you're hooked on fsl too.

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tonilee by tonilee 26 Oct 2010

kitthwk4, love your name, your canvas idea sounds like a real good idea, still lets the air to it, you are a genus hugs. Toni lee

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by 02kar Moderator 25 Oct 2010

Yea, you are on your way to being an addicted embroiderer who cannot stop.

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by keeponsewing 25 Oct 2010

Love doing FSL and ITH items... So much fun... Wish I had another smaller embroidery machine just for my FSL's. Maybe one day. I'm still trying to convince my DH that it was a "good thing" the day he bought me this one. hehehe...

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by leenova54 25 Oct 2010

I dry mine on an open weave type of pressing cloth. Isn't FSL just the coolest thing you have seen? I love it!

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tonilee by tonilee 25 Oct 2010

sounds better then the sham wow, thanks for the tip. hugs Toni

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by babsie 25 Oct 2010

I put my FSL on a cookie cooling rack, works great and when dry I put it between flat glass pieces with a potplant on top for weight.

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tonilee by tonilee 25 Oct 2010

thank you for the tip, you only hear great things like that at cuties, hugs Toni

kalinelson by kalinelson 25 Oct 2010

I love this tip, I'll do this from now on....thanks so much.

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