Master-class by: Irina Lisitsa
Cutaway non-adhesive stabilizer works very good for embroidery on knitwear. Using this type of stabilizer allows keeping the shape of the embroidered area while the item is in use.
Cutaway non-adhesive stabilizer is used with temporary spray adhesive. This master-class will tell you how to hoop a cutaway non-adhesive stabilizer in the right way.
How the right and wrong side of the item secured with the non-adhesive stabilizer look like. The embroidery was made on the fabric with thin stockinette structure.
- Cutaway non-adhesive stabilizer
- Temporary spray adhesive
- An item
Unscrew your hoop and take the inner part out.
Put a cutaway non-adhesive stabilizer onto the outer ring.
Put the inner ring onto it and press it down to secure the stabilizer.
Pull the edge of a stabilizer so that it is tight in the hoop.
Shake up a tube of spray. Put a layer of spray adhesive onto the stabilizer.
Stick your fabric onto the stabilizer.
Set you hoops in your machine and embroider the design.
After the embroidery is completed, cut stabilizer away near the contour.
The embroidery is ready!