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  1. warmabby's Avatar
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    Did you love using Steam-a-Seam 2? Warm Company will be releasing the New & Improved Steam-a-Seam product line - same great product with new release paper. Like the Warm Company on Facebook and complete the entry form to win a 12", 18" or 24" by 25 yd bolt of New Lite Steam-A-Seam 2! It's the Steam-A-Seam Give-A-Way contest!
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    Can you pick up your pieces, lay them on steam a seam 2, trace and cut them out and then lay them back and fuse them on the top before stitching. Fusing does help to stop the fraying. They usually tell you to apply a piece a little bigger than the design to make sure you get fusing on the very edges before you cut it out.
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    I have a Bernina with a BSR (stitch regulator), and I wonder if they both work the same. I know the Babylock needs the two different (plastic) pieces on the fabric --don't understand that part--but the Bernina doesn't use anything like that. I have a Babylock and a Bernina but wonder if the Babylock works better that the Bernina BSR. Does anyone know?
  4. knittersue's Avatar
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    Hi yes my husband got me the true stitch regulator for my babylock I love it. Easy to work with my stitches look great go try one out I think you well like it

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