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  1. Tearaway adhesive stabilizers are used for the embroidery designs on various fabrics. The main goal of a sticky stabilizer is the prevention of puckering; it is, perhaps, its only goal if you don’t count the ones that rampant imagination can conjure. Adhesive stabilizers vary in weight. The most lightweight stabilizers are intended for delicate fabrics (batiste, sateen, satin). Heavier stabilizers are used when working with such fabrics as drape cloth, linen, denim, etc. Tearaway adhesive stabilizer You can purchase black and white stabilizers in world As I’ve already said, they vary
  2. Hello, I am new to Photo Stitch and would like to know what stabilizers everyone uses to prevent distortion. I have read use cutaway fused to fabric, use nylon mesh fusible on the 90 degree and then the second one on the 45 degree, use SF 101 stabilizer by Pellon fused on the back - 2 layers if a lot of stitches with tearaway in hoop, expecially if large design and multi hooping. What do you all as experienced digitizers recommend? Thank You For Your Time Pam Newman
  3. I am embroidering puff onto a baseball cap (Hawk Head) design. Using a tearaway stabilizer and 2mm puff. I am experiencing a problem with the final sew out where the design is pulling in (concave) the area of the design on the front of the hat. Get the same happening on other puffed designs also. Using a Pantogram 1501 single head machine. Looking for suggestions as to what I may be doing wrong. Ideas?
  4. Im trying to embroider on a knit t shirt. I tried medium stabilizer underneath the shirt with wash away on top and it still bunched and separated. What can I do?
  5. You have a pic of a full front panel photo stitch wolf on a t shirt. May I ask how you stabilized it specifically. Type of backing, single or multiple layers or types. Spray tack or any other special handling. How heavy is the final presentation? I have been working on a light fashion t and am having hard time not getting push pull distortions and puckering even with med/heavy fusible backing. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Really impressed with the idea, but want as light an end result as possible for the combo of high stitch density and light t shirt. Thanks in advance. Running Melco
  6. There are two types of stabilizers: toppings and backings. A top stabilizer (topping) is used to prevent stitches from sinking into loosely spun and textured fabrics. Use a top stabilizer when embroidering on knitwear, velvet or velour to help stitches to stay in place. A top stabilizer won't prevent fabric from puckering. For this purpose, use backing. For laces, the backing is used as a base fabric. Machine embroidery stabilizers (interfacing, etc.) in our shop. Backing Backings are special, primarily non-woven materials, that provide support and stabilize the fabric during t
  7. Many girls like to play as they are princesses: they take mother’s fancy dresses and shoes with high heels, make complex hairstyle and even makeup and imagine them inside the huge medieval castle. If your daughter or daughter of your friends like these games too she will definitely likes this cute picture of funny princess in pink dress of cartoon style. Little princess embroidery design will be her favorite decoration of clothes or bag.
  8. Hi friends! Today we’ll talk about water-soluble stabilizers by Madeira. I’ll try to show you what they can do and where you may apply them. Madeira has a line of water-soluble stabilizers named Avalon. Therefore, it is not correct to apply this name to all water-soluble products. When we say ‘Avalon’, we mean Madeira, and when we say ‘Madeira’, Avalon is implied. Madeira offers 4 items in that department. They have different properties and functions. Avalon Film A thin semitransparent water-soluble film. To the touch, it is like a plastic bag. This stabilizer can only be used as a
  9. I recently got a Brother SE-400 and I love it! I make patches and I managed to make a few before I started to have issues. The original design is below. My first try went like this... (if you can't tell, it's bent like a bowl) This is what it looks like when I flattened it using my fingers... (there's still considerable puckering around the text) Then I tried it again, this time with a lower tension. It started out fine, but by the time it got to the yellow (the third color), it was puckering again. When I tried to do the black, it had puckered so bad the needle was only going down in one
  10. Used Mosaic horse embroidery design from our Mosaic collection. A large size and only one color is an excellent choice for commercial embroidery design. You do not need to change embroidery threads more often and lose time. You can embroider everything at once. You do not need a lot of stabilizer. This is an easy and beautiful embroidery design. A large variety in the choice of clothes allows you to create your own unique style, combine and experiment with them. Stylish denim jacket with colorful embroidery on the back, fashionable baseball cap with volumetric embroidery or incredibly bea
  11. The quality of machine embroidery is 99% dependent on compliance with the technology - the right choice of stabilizer and the right stabilization, the right choice of threads and design, etc. Information on all these issues will be collected here.
  12. Part of Teddy Bear with pony machine embroidery design . In hoop. Excellent stacked stitches. Neat embroidery. The quality of embroidery largely depends on the quality of the selected materials. Use only proven stabilizers and machine embroidery threads.
  13. Igor thank you once again for a lovely design.It stitched out really well on car vinyl which I was worried about because I could not hoop it. I put double sided tape on the back and stuck it in the hoop to the stabilizer. Worked a treat. Brodie is very happy with his pencil case He will be the only one in his class to have a special one.

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  14. Describe here stabilizer you are using. Help other users make the right choice.
  15. Can someone please give me suggestions for stabilizer to use on dance leotards? They are 90% polyester / 10% spandex, and I'll be embroidering names on them. Thank you,
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    If you search and explore stabilizers and backing material this guide is best instruction for beginners.
  17. We are doing big designs, we're setting up for the Irish Dance Dress market but doing spinoffs of the designs onto hoodies and sweats. Mainly using the 300 x 300 to 450x480 hoop sizes. The range of fabrics we are trying to set up for is rather large too, anything from woven to stretch knits and even silks and crystal organza. The celtic knotwork and similar open designs also tend to be quite gappy rather than a solid fill so there are many areas of backing left between stitches. For stretch fabrics (hoodies and sweats) we are currently using 2 crossed layers of a directional tearaway obtain
  18. This is our first time to embroider on 100% silk camp shirts and would like any tips on the best way to do it. Ball or sharp needle? Backing type? etc. Thanks!
  19. I bought Brother PE 770, 6 months ago and I am new to this embroidery business. I have used sticky back stabilizer for those 6 months and it gave fantastic result. While using stick back the bobbin does not catches the top thread. I cleaned it yet I did not receive any result. I need help from you people.
  20. 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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    Tear Away stabilizer instruction by Colleen Skells
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    Ultra Solvy Water Soluble stabilizer instruction
  23. I have a friend who is a beginner stitcher as I am, but she insist that you do not need to stabilize quilted fabric. I told her you do need it so the design doesn't shift. She doesn't want to waste time attaching stabilizer by ironing on or sticky stabilizer. I think she is just lazy and don't really care how the backside looks after stitching. Can you answer this question for me. I sometime double when stitching lighter weight fabric such as knits and t-shirt fabric.
  24. I started my first embroidery project. Designs on baby fleiss clothing was a bad for me any help would be great. I only used Sulky Soft 'n Sheer stabilizer on the back and also what stabilizer do I use on tea napkins (cotton), do I use Sulky stabilizer on front and back and if so what kind? Where you buy stabilizer online? Cheap? Your opinion about Floriani Perfect Stick Tearaway I /m from FL.
  25. I'm wondering if anyone has ever used the spray on stabilizer and if so, how did it work/or do? I bought some thinking it was adhesive when I was doing some In-The-Hoop Candy Cane Holders. It certainly doesn't work for adhering stabilizer to the material. Got to looking and it said Spray on Adhesive. I'm working on T-shirt material.
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