Commitment Fray

Okay, I’ve committed to the branches I’m gonna go with, and I’ve decided to go minimalist. Now it’s time for Fray Check on the branches. This is all taking a long time, and I’m a bit anxed out.

Cfray

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4 thoughts on “Commitment Fray

  1. It says it’s washable and dry cleanable. I haven’t put that to the test yet. I will be doing a border of tiny, tight blanket stitches along the branches anway, so I’m not too worried.

  2. I hope it’s better than folding the edges under, and having to stitch it all anyway. The folding would distort the way it lays through all those curves, I would think.
    R

  3. Yes, folding it would be a pain in the arse. The fray check is interesting stuff, seems to be a liquid plastic. Today, I have to go back and re-do a fair amount of the sewing on the outside panels, get that all fixed up, so I can get the branches on.

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