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    Manufacturer: Zweigart

    Waste Canvas - 14 Count

    Zweigart brand waste canvas - 14 Count. Used for stitching on 'uncountable' fabric. e.g. T-Shirts, baseball caps, towels etc.

    Zweigart brand waste canvas - 14 Count. Used for stitching on 'uncountable' fabric. e.g. T-Shirts, baseball caps, towels etc. 

    To use, place the waste canvas on your article in the position the finished design should be and then hand sew firm, small tacking stitches - do not just pin the waste canvas onto the material, it must be properly attached to avoid it slipping or moving whilst you are stitching. When the design is completed, dampen (using a water spray is best), then pull the waste canvas threads, one at a time (parallel with the selvedges) to remove.

    Waste Canvas - 14 Count - 50cm x 34cm (20 x 13 Inches)
    £3.00
    (approx $3.86 USD or €3.50 Euros)
    SKU: FAB-WASTE/14/FQ
    Manufacturer: Zweigart
    Picture of Waste Canvas - 14 Count
    Availability: 45 in stock
    Waste Canvas - 14 Count half metre - 68cm x 50cm (27 x 20 Inches)
    £4.90
    (approx $6.30 USD or €5.72 Euros)
    SKU: FAB-WASTE/14/HLF
    Manufacturer: Zweigart
    Picture of Waste Canvas - 14 Count
    Availability: 48 in stock
    Waste Canvas - 14 Count per metre - 68cm (27 Inches) wide
    £10.45
    (approx $13.43 USD or €12.21 Euros)
    SKU: FAB-WASTE/14/MTR
    Manufacturer: Zweigart
    Picture of Waste Canvas - 14 Count
    Availability: 42 in stock

    Zweigart brand waste canvas - 14 Count. Used for stitching on 'uncountable' fabric. e.g. T-Shirts, baseball caps, towels etc. 

    To use, place the waste canvas on your article in the position the finished design should be and then hand sew firm, small tacking stitches - do not just pin the waste canvas onto the material, it must be properly attached to avoid it slipping or moving whilst you are stitching. When the design is completed, dampen (using a water spray is best), then pull the waste canvas threads, one at a time (parallel with the selvedges) to remove.

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