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Simple Foundations - Translucent Vellum Paper for Paper Piecing

Simple Foundations - Translucent Vellum Paper for Paper Piecing
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8 1/2" x 11" - 30 Sheets

Discover perfect paper piecing with Simple Foundations! Makes paper piecing easy as 1-2-3. See-through paper. For all your foundation-piecing projects. Introducing a translucent foundation for paper piecing that just may change your life! See-through “Simple Foundations” paper will make all your paper-piecing projects simple to prepare and stitch.30 sheets of translucent vellum foundation paper. Use with any photocopier, inkjet, or laser printer, or trace patterns without a light box - the design shows through the paper! Fabric placement and stitching are a breeze. Tears away easily after stitching. Ideal for use with all your foundation-piecing patterns and a must-have for Anita Grossman Solomon’s “Make It Simpler” technique. Simple Foundations Translucent Vellum Paper 8 1/2" x 11", includes 30 sheets.

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