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2) It is always best to pre-wash your fabrics and press them before you start cutting. The general rule for washing voile is machine wash warm, normal cycle with like colors. Use only non-chlorine bleach, and then line dry. Use a warm iron for pressing when necessary. Since everyone’s washers, dryers, and irons are different, I highly recommend that you use a small test piece of fabric before washing your full yardage.


4) You can interface voile, but you will want to use a lightweight fusible interfacing. When making a  garment, it is usually best to line your project with a lightweight fabric (such as another voile) rather than interfacing.

Thanks again to See How We Sew for having me over for a chat today. Be sure to stop by Re-Nest tomorrow, August 3rd, to get a look at my “Living Green” interview and some more fun photos of my Organic fabrics!


Reminder: Noon (PDT) Friday, August 5, is the deadline for leaving a comment on our July 26 group post, telling us about your favorite tool or notion for piecing. Don’t miss the chance to be included in the drawing for a terrific goodie basket of some of our favorites…and more!

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