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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    Junior Member Corry's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    I have a question. When you Embroidery on a block what do you use for stabilizer? I'm using no show mesh and medium tear away. I still have puckers.
    I spray starch my fabric before I embroider on it. I buy a stabilzer from walmart and it works great for me. It is a tear away but is a medium weight. I really feel the starching is the key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corry
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    I have a question. When you Embroidery on a block what do you use for stabilizer? I'm using no show mesh and medium tear away. I still have puckers.
    I spray starch my fabric before I embroider on it. I buy a stabilzer from walmart and it works great for me. It is a tear away but is a medium weight. I really feel the starching is the key.
    I was having a lot of wrinkles around my designs so I starched it good and put ne show mesh on the back and flouted a piece of tear away. It seams to help not hooping both. Thank you for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    Quote Originally Posted by Corry
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    I have a question. When you Embroidery on a block what do you use for stabilizer? I'm using no show mesh and medium tear away. I still have puckers.
    I spray starch my fabric before I embroider on it. I buy a stabilzer from walmart and it works great for me. It is a tear away but is a medium weight. I really feel the starching is the key.
    I was having a lot of wrinkles around my designs so I starched it good and put ne show mesh on the back and flouted a piece of tear away. It seams to help not hooping both. Thank you for the help.
    I spray starch and use soil settlement something plumers use real cheap use 2pieces one in each direction so the fibers run different ways works good if it a real dense design I will float another piece of tearaway

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    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    Quote Originally Posted by Corry
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    I have a question. When you Embroidery on a block what do you use for stabilizer? I'm using no show mesh and medium tear away. I still have puckers.
    I spray starch my fabric before I embroider on it. I buy a stabilzer from walmart and it works great for me. It is a tear away but is a medium weight. I really feel the starching is the key.
    I was having a lot of wrinkles around my designs so I starched it good and put ne show mesh on the back and flouted a piece of tear away. It seams to help not hooping both. Thank you for the help.
    I spray starch and use soil settlement something plumers use real cheap use 2pieces one in each direction so the fibers run different ways works good if it a real dense design I will float another piece of tearaway
    Where can I find it at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjr
    Crazyforquilting (june Swap partner) &
    Kate01 (extra june swap partnwer) blocks finished and going out in mail finally. Sorry so late. I have had a very busy few weeks. Thank you for your patience,
    Not a problem, I will love them for sure. Kate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    Quote Originally Posted by Corry
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetWall
    I have a question. When you Embroidery on a block what do you use for stabilizer? I'm using no show mesh and medium tear away. I still have puckers.
    I spray starch my fabric before I embroider on it. I buy a stabilzer from walmart and it works great for me. It is a tear away but is a medium weight. I really feel the starching is the key.
    I was having a lot of wrinkles around my designs so I starched it good and put ne show mesh on the back and flouted a piece of tear away. It seams to help not hooping both. Thank you for the help.
    I spray starch and use soil settlement something plumers use real cheap use 2pieces one in each direction so the fibers run different ways works good if it a real dense design I will float another piece of tearaway
    Where can I find it at?
    you can get it at any home improvement store usually in the plumming depart plummers us it to go around pipes to keep the trach out of lines it comes in a roll.

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    I received two beautiful pansy blocka from Robert. I am working on finishing up a quilt (at the quilting stage now.) Then I can get back to making squares.

    Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lv2sew2011
    Quote Originally Posted by MandaLynn
    Got two beautiful blocks from my July partner ljdugas31 They really are amazing.. and look what I've been working on.. :D
    Oh I thought it was a robot for a child...LOL
    Either way nice quilt...
    You're the 2nd person to think that lol.. hopefully the person who is getting it, realizes its an owl first..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roseysue
    I received two beautiful pansy blocka from Robert. I am working on finishing up a quilt (at the quilting stage now.) Then I can get back to making squares.

    Sue
    Are you going to change your theme ?

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    Glad you liked them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roseysue
    I received two beautiful pansy blocka from Robert. I am working on finishing up a quilt (at the quilting stage now.) Then I can get back to making squares.

    Sue

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