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Thread: Test driving my new toy this evening! (brother dreamweaver xe)

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    I think you could also stitch it on veiling (netting) and wash away stabilizer. It is not as heavy as the organza. Ann

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    I would love to have a machine like that!!! Really pretty design.

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    I don't know anything about the machine but, I do know that design is beautiful.
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    Yes, it is in the dreamweaver built in designs.

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    It sure looks beautiful!! I love doing machine embroidery.
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    Wow, that would open up a whole new world and new hobby for me! Better not tempt myself with that yet as I've got way too many quilting ideas buzzing in my brain yet! Enjoy your new toy!
    Mavis

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    I use the water soluble most of the time. I love the embroidery machines, I have a viking designer SE. I really enjoy it!

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    It might be possible to use a wash out stabilizer. I think that you might try sewing it on a fine netting with a wash out stabilizer. The netting would hold the thread designs together. Just a suggestion, never tried it but have thought about it. Georgette

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    go to dkembroidery.com and check out projects, check out all of it actually, its a great site for embroidery and quilt designs
    Patski
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    I have read somewhere that you can use tuille with dissolving stabilizer for stand alone lace designs.

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