After excellent suggestions I several attempts I've got this figured out-- Maybe. I'm making retractable wings on a science-fiction WIG aircraft. It needs a skin that stretchs. The problem is attaching things that stretch to paper. Sewing works best but the fabric gets waded up on the sewing machine or curls while hand sewing. The solution is stabilizing paper that disolves in water. I found it at a fabric store and it can be put into a printer. So I printed out the pattern with 1/4 inch seam allowance and pinned the pattern to the fabric. The pictures follow. I had only a few problems. I got the edge of the fabric edge curled under and sewen wrong in the first attempt. It was easier to redo it entirely than to rip the seam out. The other problem is that the paper didn't entirely disolve under the stitching. After it dried I rewet it and did a bit of scrubbing.