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Thread: Embroidering design on sash

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    Senior Member fromzstore's Avatar
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    thanks never though about using fusible backing it has to be alot cheaper than the tear away stabilizer

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    Sounds like a great idea to use wash away stabilizer . I have not thought of that. Thank you.
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    Nicely done. I am no expert and I really enjoyed the tip. I've tried this before, but mines never came out centered because I did not mark the center and it came to mind to do so. Thanks for the tip.

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    Great post. It helps to know you are brave enough to just try it! I'm trying to learn, too. Thanks

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    Depending on what type of machine you have-this sounds like the perfect occasion for "endless embroidery". Some machines have a special hoop and designs that are set up with markings for rehooping so you can continue a border without breaks in the design.

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    Wow great idea. You reminded me about some uses for press and seal that I'd long forgotten . Best of both worlds - won't wash away, can't see it ). I'm about to make some gift napkins. Gonna try that.

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    I just finished my very first quilt top (baby) The baby quilt was done in lilac and white. I incorporated embroidery designs into the quilt. I'm surprised at how good it looks so far. I still have to quilt it, but given my experience, I was very happy with my progress.

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