What does stitch and tear do?

Tear away stabiliser, used to support sewing or embroidery on difficult or delicate fabrics. Ideal for computerised Machine embroidery, cut-work. Stitch n Tear stabilises appliqués & creative needlework. It stabilises the fabric helping to prevent movement during sewing and helps ensure clean smooth edges.

How do you use stitch and tear?

General Directions:

  1. Cut a piece of Sticky-Grid-N-Tear™ slightly larger than the area to be stitched.
  2. Hoop the Sticky-Grid-N-Tear™ with the paper side up.
  3. Lightly finger press fabric over the hoop keeping the grain line straight.
  4. Embroider your design.
  5. After design is complete, gently tear away the excess stabilizer.

How do you use Pellon Stitch and tear?

General Directions:

  1. Cut a piece of Sticky-Grid-N-Tear™ slightly larger than the area to be stitched.
  2. Hoop the Sticky-Grid-N-Tear™ with the paper side up. …
  3. Lightly finger press fabric over the hoop keeping the grain line straight. …
  4. Embroider your design.
  5. After design is complete, gently tear away the excess stabilizer.

What is Pellon 806 used for?

Pellon® 806 Stitch-N-Tear® is a tear-away stabilizer backing for all types of decorative stitch-work including embroidery, appliqué, cut-work and monogramming. It is fast and easy-to-use, prevents fabric from puckering, and adds stability to the design area.

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Is Pellon 360 washable?

Made of 100% polypropylene. Machine wash warm and tumble dry medium or dry clean.

What can I use instead of fabric stabilizer?

Cotton, sweatshirt materials, fleece, flannel are all good alternatives to fabric stabilizers.

Do you have to remove all tear away stabilizer for embroidery?

Wash away stabilizers should be used when all traces of the stabilizer need to be removed from the back of the project, such as when using a sheer fabric or embroidering a project that will be seen from the back side as well as the front.

Can you use tear away stabilizer on towels?

Since medium weight cutaway stabilizer can show through thinner fabrics, tear away stabilizer can be a good choice for these towels. … We also recommend using a water-soluble stabilizer (such as Sulky Solvy) on top of the towel, to prevent the stitches from sinking into the pile.

Should I remove embroidery backing?

If the embroidery is going to eventually be against skin directly, consider using cut-away for a more pleasant experience for the wearer. As the name implies, cut-away backing must be removed by cutting it away with scissors after the embroidery is complete. It is best to remove leaving ⅛ to ¼ of an inch edge.

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