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Unread 09-22-2013, 06:14 PM   #3
ShinobiXikyu
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Thanks. Yeah, I HOPE for no issues, but I figured I'd better plan ahead in case of them or if there was any tried-and-true ways to sew it that'll put it together easy. Noody likes trying to sit down and get it to come together and spending the next three hours screaming at the ceiling because it won't sew right.
As for the pressing part, it's polyester velvet, and it's a short nap. It feels quite bristly if you rub it the wrong way but is nice and smooth going down. There's so many kinds of velvet, I'm not sure if this one has a specific name besides stretch velvet, so I'm not going to try and misname it.
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