I'm sorry, this makes me laugh so so hard.
And there's the ad for Spoonflower......(upper right)
My offgrain cotton twill yardage from Spoonflower was grained up by myself.
I pinned mine to the wall while wet, and let it dry.
|Yes, I used a level to line it up properly.|
It did not stay ongrain forever, and the pants in this set are unwearable now.
|What was I thinking with the vest? I couldn't quite get it placed where I wanted it,|
and it pains me to look at how it visually argues with itself.
Don't blame the Folkwear Vintage vest pattern 222 - it's the best out there.
Their printing process is better on the lighter weight materials, and it's easier to straighten them. Getting them to stay there...working on that.
Remember, if you can't get something to grain up, don't make something you want to last. Unlike my pants, the fabric will try to regrain itself.
It really really really is not worth your time. It will only break your heart.