I didn't notice the itch when I tried it on. Anyway, should I cut off the lace? Won't it still be itchy even if I cut it close to the seam?
Try washing it if you haven't already. Sometimes that softens the lace. There are several ways the lace can be attached, so look at it closely and see which stitches hold the lace in place. Sometimes they are separate and solely for the lace, but sometimes they hold down the seam too. If they hold down only the lace you can carefully snip the stitches and remove the lace without affecting anything else. But if removing the stitches would cause seams or other sections to fall apart, you can snip the lace very close to the stitches and then pull the rest of the lace away from those stitches. This leaves everything as it was except you have pulled the lace away. Hope this makes sense. Feel free to ask more detailed questions in a message me. GL!
Answer by silverthreads at 8:05 PM on Jul. 3, 2013
^^That thing. They're talking about that thing. It's called a seam ripper and you can get it at Hobby Lobby/Jo-Anns/Craft Mart.
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