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stabilizing thin fabrics (green method) (Tip/Technique)
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Posted on: 9/6/10 3:54 PM
Do you embroider or machine applique and have a ton of tearaway left over that is too small for the intended purpose?

use it to stabilize unruly thin fabrics. Like lightweight linen or knits. I have used it to serge a rolled hem to lightweight linen and also to serge the seams of lightweight jersey. when finished just tear it away gently.
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Dinkalley said...
Great idea -- will start today!
12/28/10 5:40 PM

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