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Hi everyone,

I just looked at a video from Bobbin Buzz online on embroidery using a sparkle mylar on the top of open embroidery.  It looks very enticing.  Has anyone embroidered on mylar and is there a  particular type of mylar to use for embroidery?  Any tips or look outs?

 

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On 2/15/2014 at 5:00 PM, lone said:

Has anyone had anyone complain about Madeira red thread bleeding into a white cotton T-shirt? I had a customer call and complain. What would cause this?

May be, your client must've used a strong bleach. Check it first, and contact the thread manufacturer.

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Good idea, maybe this is the solution to the problem. It would be nice to see a photo to understand the problem visually. Often the description of problems with thread colors is associated with lighting or fabric color.

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On 9/21/2020 at 2:21 PM, Amy Cooper said:

May be, your client must've used a strong bleach. Check it first, and contact the thread manufacturer.

I use Madeira rayon  threads during 3 years.  And have no any problems. Probably, they use wrong detergent for washing or temperature higher 30*C, maximum is 40*C.  It can be a reason.

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On 2/15/2014 at 8:00 PM, lone said:

Has anyone had anyone complain about Madeira red machine embroidery thread bleeding into a white cotton T-shirt? I had a customer call and complain. What would cause this?

I use Madeira rayon  threads during 3 years.  And have no any problems. Probably, they use wrong detergent for washing or temperature higher 30*C, maximum is 40*C.  It can be a reason.

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