What is stabilizer? Stabilizer is a material used to stabilize fabric so it doesn't slip or pucker in the embroidery hoop.
Embroidery tutorial explaining the different types of stabilizers that can be used for machine embroidery. In this tutorial, I'm featuring (non-fusible) tear away stabilizer, cut away stabilizer, and wash away stabilizer.
So, if you need to figure out which stabilizer to use, let me help you understand how and why each stabilizer may be a good or bad choice, depending on your fabric choice, desired outcome, and type of project.
I'm using Embroidery Software for Mac:
I'm working on a Brother SE400 Embroidery Sewing Machine:
Tear-away stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2ju6JEj
Cut-away stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2jygykA
Wash-away stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2jHUpgQ
Heat/Melt-away stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2k1ciH0
Temporary spray adhesive: ttp://amzn.to/2jWwrhc
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