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Fiona25/05/2012 09:17:30
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I use Mr T's value printer paper and set the printer on "draft" quality. Occasionally, there may be a problem with ink smudging but that's solved by pressing the paper with a hot iron. I don't use quite as small a stitch as Chris as that would be impossible to unpick (yes, I do still manage to sitch on the wrong line!) If it's only a little bit, then unpicking and repairing the paper with some tape works fine - otherwise, I start over. FPP is usually on such small pieces, it's not worth the hassle of major unpicking!

Francoise Vrabel25/05/2012 11:39:37
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Hi Margaret

Greasproof paper= papier cuisson

Francoise

Winnie the B.O.L.B25/05/2012 22:20:24
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Merci bien Françoise - the translation is a big help - will look for it in Leclerc when I do my shopping.

Cheers

Margaret xx

Winnie the B.O.L.B25/05/2012 22:22:45
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions - that's what's so great about the forum - you get so many different and helpful ideas.

Cheers Margaret xx

Janet M25/05/2012 23:34:33
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Yep

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