Thursday, December 31, 2009

interleaving paper

On the MGP3 someone asked about backing... I had never heard of interleaving paper until I took a class from Robin in November. It is the greatest stuff EVER... She sells it at her website.

It is light, firm and flexible and keep your beading flat. When finished it is like an old dollar bill. ...strong and flexible.. Must have a very high fiber content because it feels almost like cloth when the piece is finished... Until then I had used felt for bead embroidery and it is OK but does have a tendency to stretch...


Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

i mentioned robin's interleaving paper on the post about backing, but i failed to describe it like you did. i second everything you just said! :) i love the interleaving paper, and will probably never use anything else. i've got to place a new order soon, in fact, 'cause i'm almost out, and that would be a tragic day to sit down to bead and not have any of robin's interleaving!

Robin said...

Well isn't this just music to my ears.... Thanks for the great description, Gerry!!!!

Robin A.