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(Because I still have not been able to do any sewing, I've decided to share this article with you again. It was first written in 2010)

 I think we all have good intentions, and try to keep our interfacing perfectly folded in a drawer or neatly rolled on tubes. But how many times have you reached for a piece of interfacing only to find a wrinkled mess like this...
Like me, probably more than once. 

Luckily there is an easy fix, and it starts at your grocery store. 
Or perhaps you already have it in your pantry... 
Baker's Parchment Paper! 

First, roll out a length of  the Parchment Paper onto your ironing board or other pressing surface...and secure it with a few glass-head pins (or other pins that will not melt).

Next, Place your wrinkled interfacing GLUE SIDE DOWN onto the Parchment Paper. Then with your DRY iron set on on a LOW setting, slowly slide the warm iron over the wrinkles.

You will see the wrinkles disappear as you slowly move the iron.
The interfacing does not stick to the slippery Parchment Paper at all. Then move the next section of wrinkled interfacing onto the paper and iron it. Since the iron is set below the  temperature needed to melt the fusible resin, the interfacing is not adversely affected at all. 

When you are finished, your once wrinkled interfacing is flat and smooth again, and ready to fuse to your fabric!

You may download a *Free* PDF of this article...by going to the TUTORIALS page at www.FashionSewingSupply.com . 
(It is the 4th tutorial on the page)


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Blogger sdBev said...

What an unbelievable simple, easy solution. I feel like a dummy for not thinking of this myself. Thank you.

8:44 PM  
Blogger Linda L said...

I knew I bought parchment paper for something. I certainly don't bake but this makes a lot sense.

7:02 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I love being reminded of this. You are the first person I ever learned this from in 40 years of sewing!

9:12 PM  
Blogger Shayla Sharp said...

Baker's Parchment--genius! Thanks for the tip, I know I'll be using it at some point.

2:11 PM  
Blogger Sassy said...

Thank you for the tip.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you for this nice tip - I will remember this

3:35 PM  
Blogger Valerie said...

Great tip! Thanks for sharing.

8:23 AM  

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