Fibre How to stop Fraying when making Lampshades 2 years ago fibretec Lampshade makers sometimes have trouble dealing with Fray edges when making rolled edge lampshades, and this can be particularly irritating when you are using expensive materials like Silk and Linen. We have made this video to give you some tips… Source 0 (0)Lampshade makers sometimes have trouble dealing with Fray edges when making rolled edge lampshades, and this can be particularly irritating when you are using expensive materials like Silk and Linen.We have made this video to give you some tips on how to overcome the problem.One way to prevent the fraying is to use Fray Stopper a Liquid seam sealant that prevents the fabric from fraying and secures thread endsIt bonds the fabric fibres together invisibly, making it safe to trim an edge without it fraying.Hope the video is helpful, for more details about Fray Stopper click the link belowhttps://www.dannells.com/fray-stoppa-50ml-1320-p.asp 0 / 5. 0 Blue fiber light posts:Silk: "A Strand of Silk" ~ 1949 F. W. OrthRaw Material Sorting & Storage.Rayon: "Tomorrow Always Comes" 1941 Burlington…Rayon: "Fashion's Favorite" 1940 E.I. DuPont de…Everything You Need To Know About Velvet UpholsteryVidéo sur les produitsHow to: A Maker's Guide - Make a Simple BrushSous vide duck breast MEATER™ made chicken thigh…What is Chenille Upholstery FabricLuxury Scottish Knitwear by Collingwood-NorrisCollingwood-NorrisAll about Silk Tags: dannells, fray, fray-stopper, help, lampshade, making, needcraft, teachContinue ReadingPrevious Nanogen Keratin Hair Fibres – Alan’s TestimonialNext Coaxial 1940 Western Electric – Bell Laboratories; American Telephone & Telegraph Long Distance Tech More blue fibers Stories Fibre tex—lock: „Hitch—lock”Advertisement Clip #2 12 months ago fibretec Fibre 46 Carbonaceous Fibres 12 months ago fibretec Fibre 44 Other Man-Made Fibres 12 months ago fibretec Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.