| ragincajin wrote:|
| Alisha wrote:|
Pic looks good, but is that thing breathable?
I can imagine that it is to some degree. Probably more after the adhesive backing melts once it's actually ironed on. [/QUOTE]
Let us know how it goes.
Truly never thought of that.
I am still recovering from my "turtle" incident in Florida last year.
I want to find a good way to wear a closure. But mine has to be behind the hair line.
What about you? Do you plan on putting yours behind your hairline? If so, will you start the patch a few centimeters back so as not to have a line of demarcation from the patch?[/QUOTE]
well just to be safe I just researched a bit on twill iron on patches and I found this:
"Twill material is a light weight textile weave with diagonally patterned ribs that gives the fabric more strength and durability. The diagonal ribs give the fabric its durability by making it heavy enough to be resistant to tears and wrinkles and at the same time twill material is light, water resistant and breathable. Twill is therefore ideal for making curtains handbags upholstery and clothing"
And yes I do plan on leaving a small amount without the iron on because I plan on gluing it down. I'm used to using adhesives because I usually wear lace wigs.