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    Kitchen wall hanging

    I am headed over to my sisters tonight for supper and I thought I would make her a wall hanging to hang in her kitchen. Their house burned to the ground a couple of years ago and they are now in a brand new home. I had this panel and could not get it to not be wonky. Although it looks alot better than it did it is still wonky! Do you think I should give it to her or just scrap it??? I thought I would throw it in the washer and see if I cant get it to straighten after it is wet. Any suggestions??? You won't hurt my feelings trust me. What should I do??? She doesn't know about it so nothing lost nothing gained.
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    #2
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    Cute wall hanging, Rhonda! I would still give it to her, maybe try to do some convincing with your iron . Your sister is sure to love it, in my opinion.
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      #3
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      Try stretching it on the bias. Sometimes that will straighten it out some. It's cute, too cute to throw away.
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        What a pretty panel! Can't help with the wonkyness though.
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          #5
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          Hope you can cure the wonkiness, try washing it and stretching or the steam idea. Too cute to not give it a try. I am sure she would love a cute new addition to her new home.

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            #6
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            I washed it and worked with it while it was wet. I had it looking pretty good even after it dried. I went ahead and gave it to her and she loved it.I am glad I did.

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              #7
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              Rhonda, love this panel. It is ever so lovely. Glad that you were able to get it to straighten out. Sometimes it just needs a little reminder to behave, and you had the right touch!
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                #8
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                It looks really pretty, Rhonda. I had no doubt you could fix it and that she would love it!
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