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Thread: Anyone familiar with Pellon 30 or 40?

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    Super Member EasyPeezy's Avatar
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    Anyone familiar with Pellon 30 or 40?

    I would like to make a sampler of all my decorative stitches.
    Therefore I don't need anything too fancy.
    Would Pellon 30 or 40 work as stabilizer?
    I checked the Pellon website and it doesn't say anything
    about decorative stitches. Please help.

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    What stitches are you talking about? Are you making them from a sewing machine or an embroidery machine?
    For my Janome MC6600 - I just used a double layer of fabric and didn't need a stabilizer. If I was going to do it for my embroidery machine I would find a medium stabilizer, most of it could be done with a light cut away stabilizer.

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    I don't see why not
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    I'm sewing on a Janome 9400. Some stitches look fine without stabilizer and
    others don't. Never thought of doubling the fabric. Thanks.

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