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Date Posted: 11:25:34 06/01/17 Thu
Author: permanently
Subject: Snipping embroidery threads is the step 1 to completely unraveling and removing the embroidery
In reply to: Buy tool at any craft store 's message, "Ack! To all the moms out there reading this: never, ever snip the embroidery thread! You can easily pull it back in. Fray check will only last so long and then your embroidery will just fall apart." on 21:35:04 05/31/17 Wed

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  • If the snagging is really bad, I think the only realistic option is to cut off the threads, colour the area with a Sharpie, and then cover it with Gemtac glue to hold remaining threads in place. (NT) -- A dressmaker, 14:13:58 06/01/17 Thu

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