Homemade Fabric Stiffener?

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To make homemade fabric stiffener mix white glue and water into a bowl and stir together making it as thick until it has the consistency of milk. The thickness helps the fabric to stiffen more though it will take longer to dry. Fabric stiffener makes fabric firm and rigid and also gives craft projects a lasting hard finish.
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How to Make Homemade Fabric Stiffener
Fabric stiffener makes fabric firm and rigid for craft projects. Commercial stiffeners are sold in craft stores but you can make your own homemade fabric stiffener that will be less expensive. The homemade stiffener can be used to make fabric flowers or... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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