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Tips and Hints

Plastic canvas tips, hints, etc.

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PLASTIC CANVAS

Cut canvas corners diagonally to allow a better converge when whip stitching edges. Use a vis-a-vis or any dry erase marker to chart pattern, makes cutting easier. Be sure to wash before using. Debi's Plastic Canvas Site

PLASTIC CANVAS

Cut two and save one for another time. When doing more than one, for coasters etc. use the first as a pattern for the others. (Easier cutting, and no marking) Debi's Plastic Canvas Site

PLASTIC CANVAS

Counting Holes - To count a large number of hole, use a hole scaler. The Needlecraft Shop

PLASTIC CANVAS

If you want heavy coverage along the canvas edge, use a double strand of yarn for overcasting. The Needlecraft Shop

PLASTIC CANVAS

An ideal marking tool for plastic canvas is a fine-point overhead projection marker, available at office supply stores. This marker is dark and easy to see and washes off with water. The Needlecraft Shop



PLASTIC CANVAS

If you have barely enough yarn to finish a section, you can prevent having to start a new stran for only a couple of stitches by using a crochet hook to pull the yarn through. The Needlecraft Shop

PLASTIC CANVAS

If you accidentally cut or torn a bar or two on your canvas, glue the bars with a tiny drop of craft glue, super glue or hot glue. The Needlcrat Shop










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