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Flemish translation: op zijn plaats strijken?

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04:56 Jun 18, 2001
English to Flemish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: fuse in place
Instructions de couture.

2. Apply back interfacing to jacket back.
Machine-baste 5/8” (1.5cm) from back neck edge. Using the same interfacing fused to jacket back, cut bias strips for back and side back hems measuring 2” (5cm) wide. Pink one edge of interfacing.

Place interfacing on WRONG side of back and side back, placing straight edge of interfacing 1” (2.5cm) above raw edge. Fuse in place, following manufacturers instructions.
Karine Le Goaziou
Local time: 16:18
Flemish translation:op zijn plaats strijken?
Explanation:
to fuse= smelten, ineensmelten

heb je enig idee wat de manufacturers instructions zijn? Hoe brengen ze dat op de goede plaats?

Meestal gebeurt dat met een strijkijzer
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Jan Acx
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Local time: 16:18
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naop zijn plaats strijken?
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op zijn plaats strijken?


Explanation:
to fuse= smelten, ineensmelten

heb je enig idee wat de manufacturers instructions zijn? Hoe brengen ze dat op de goede plaats?

Meestal gebeurt dat met een strijkijzer


    Van Dale
Jan Acx
Spain
Local time: 16:18
Native speaker of: Native in FlemishFlemish, Native in DutchDutch
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