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Old 10-02-2008, 11:00
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I have two canvases that I'm gonna use for diplay for this Saturday craft show. But. I have no idea waht kind of pattern for the fabricto cover them. I don't want to make people can't see my bows because the fabric too distracting. What pattern do you use?
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I have two canvases that I'm gonna use for diplay for this Saturday craft show. But. I have no idea waht kind of pattern for the fabricto cover them. I don't want to make people can't see my bows because the fabric too distracting. What pattern do you use?

I've seen alot of just a nice plain black or white fabric to cover. You might even be able to use a light green fabric plain to cover it to go with your pretty new logo. JMO
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I've seen alot of just a nice plain black or white fabric to cover. You might even be able to use a light green fabric plain to cover it to go with your pretty new logo. JMO
lol, isn't it cute?? she made a very great job. I'm loving it.....
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black is great, but make sure you spary it with some of the anti-static stuff - it attracts fuzzies like mad! lolol

Also, by now some stores have inexpensive costume fabrics on sale. Crushed velvet in a dark color looks really rich, too In an ivory or dark burgundy/black/purple it would make your bows stand out really nice.
Oh, and most of the crushed velvets are knit, not woven, so they are really easy to stretch over the canvas without wrinkles (which wouldn't show anyways because of the fabric's texture LOLOL)

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black is great, but make sure you spary it with some of the anti-static stuff - it attracts fuzzies like mad! lolol

Also, by now some stores have inexpensive costume fabrics on sale. Crushed velvet in a dark color looks really rich, too In an ivory or dark burgundy/black/purple it would make your bows stand out really nice.
Oh, and most of the crushed velvets are knit, not woven, so they are really easy to stretch over the canvas without wrinkles (which wouldn't show anyways because of the fabric's texture LOLOL)
That is a great idea...lol
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