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Kimbra8
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Date: 2/10/14 5:39 AM

Just curious what everyone's fav Tshirt stabilizer is and I'm also on a quest to find the softest. I am using a no show poly mesh right now and I think it could be softer..
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Subject: Whats your favorite and softest Tshirt stabilizer? Date: 2/11/14 10:13 AM

Are you stabilizing the shoulder seam or something else?

I use a narrow iron on light knit stabilizer that comes in a spool. I think I got it from Emma Seabrooke or Judy Barlup.
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Date: 2/11/14 1:37 PM

I use SewkeysE by Emma Seabrooke. It makes a much softer and more attractive hem than I got with the Steam-a-Seam that I used for years.
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Date: 2/11/14 10:41 PM

Are you talking of use for embroidery, for hems, or for stabilizing T-Shirts to put into quilts. I use generally fusible poly mesh for embroidery, Knit tape from Emma Seabrook for hems, and a medium weight pellon fusible for T-shirt quilts.

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Subject: Whats your favorite and softest Tshirt stabilizer? Date: 2/11/14 10:54 PM

I like to use the Waffle Tear Away on Almost everything. I think it is soft enough for T-Shirts.
Here is the link:"Waffle Stabilizer"

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Subject: Whats your favorite and softest Tshirt stabilizer? Date: 2/11/14 11:36 PM

This is the Machine Embroidery discussion category.

There are many products on the market today and everyone in the business has at least one with their name on it.

A sampler would be nice to have as what one person likes another may not.

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In reply to sewsally

Date: 2/12/14 5:31 PM

I'm sorry for not being more specific.. stabilizer for embroidering tshirts
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