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Thread: Denim Covering

  1. #11

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    If you go to the fabric shop you should find iron-on patches for denim. They are already water-proof and sized, completely flat, easy to cut and should not fray.

    Have fun with it.

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    And they have a heat activated adhesive that will probably hold to the camera just fine.

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    You can purchase the IRON on adhesive in rolls at Wallmart or other fabric stores, and it doesn't cost an arm or leg. Just cut out a over sized piece and use an iron to transfer it to your choice of fabric. You can even use a dry mount tacking iron to activate the adhesive.
    It's not the camera......

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    If you don't want to double over the denim, you can look for something called selvedge denim, denim that has it's own cotton edge to it so it doesn't fray. The only problem is that it can be hard to find.

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