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Can I Leave Some Stabilizer In My Quilt?
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Bert62
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Date: 5/4/13 1:49 PM

Hi.
Forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere.

I am making a quilt and in a few of the blocks I am adding some circular-stitched embroidery. I have to use a fairly heavy stabilizer so that it will go around in circles without getting hung up. Anyway, I am using OESD iron on/tear away. I can get rid of most of it, but the channels between some of the circles are tedious to undo.
Is this stuff going to be a problem if it is left in my quilt?
Thanks, Bert

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Date: 5/4/13 1:58 PM

No it will probably be fine. I tend to just leave in on to keep it stable.

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Date: 5/6/13 8:06 PM

Really? Only one reply?

So far I am cutting out most of it, but leaving it in the tight places.

Thanks, Bert

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Date: 5/6/13 8:43 PM

I get out what I can, but so far it has not been possible to get it ALL out.

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