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I am fresh person regarding stabilizer. Someone help me out!

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I got Brothers SE 400 and struggling to learn for embroidery. I read lot of them online.  I am new to this forum and would like to ask you all about better stabilizers for children's t-shirts. I heard about light, medium and heavy weight. Are they awesome to use? Please let me know. 


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Ballpoint needle is overwhelming for knit fabrics and always use an iron-on stabilizer for knits. Two layers might be necessary if the design is dense.

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Not really, ballpoint needle also cannot perform the task very well. Last night, I tried it but I got hole in the t-shirt. 


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For t-shirt and onesies, I personally recommend medium weight cut away. That should be even or uneven. This helps (threads) to provide excellent registration. For receiving enhanced output, you should stitch t-shirt etc. to the stabilizer before design stitching. I would say, better, try out test stitching on a t-shirt before starting actual one. 


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