You'll love the multiple uses that the Tracing Vellum offers:
- drawing off your personalized patterns
- as a 'see-through' press cloth to prevent 'iron shine'
- lay under seam allowance when pressing to prevent edge imprint
- durable & strong - erases without shredding into holes
Your patterns keep well when drawn on this vellum. Patterns can be folded or rolled and still be ready for re-use as needed. I know once you try it, you'll love it too.
Those who use this medium as a tracing 'material' absolutely love it! This 'paper' is totally see-through, yet strong enough to withstand the use of an eraser. Use pencil to draw off your personalized pattern, but if you need to erase any pencil marks, off they come with ease...as the tracing vellum maintains its' stability and integrity.
International Orders Welcome!
When ordering from International countries, simply choose the item(s) you wish to purchase, then when in the Shopping Cart, enter your country and postal code on the left hand side of the cart, then click Update Cart. The appropriate international postage will be added.
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3 convenient sizes of rolls to choose from:
**24" wide x 10 yard roll = $12.95
**24" wide x 20 yard roll = $18.95
**18" wide x 50 yard roll = $35.95
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Tracing Vellum (for drawing patterns)
PO Box 5698, Eugene, OR 97405 USA (541)344-0422 email@example.com Copyright © 2010-2015, Ranita Corporation, Eugene, OR
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