Fabric Stabilizer

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Technique - Quilt

Make sewing easier!

Apply this fabric stabilizer to lace, voile, chiffon and soft polyesters to keep them firm for sewing. It works great on heirloom sewing and woven and knitted fabrics. Stiffen fabrics for applique or painting, or hold fabric firm while you're working. It will keep fabrics from fraying until it's washed out. 14.5 ounces. Test on fabric piece before applying to garment. No air shipments.

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Fabric Stabilizer$12.9918 in stock.
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Average Rating:
4.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 2 customers.)

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May 26, 2015
Pat G
I love this product for washable delicate fabrics. I sprayed liberally, let the fabric dry until very stiff, and then did the machine embroidery. I used a hair dryer to speed up drying time. The embroidery ends up pucker free. I rinsed out the stabilizer after embroidery, and then let the embellished fabric dry. It is a little labor intensive, but if you want pucker free embroidery, this is the stuff to get. My mistake was buying several cans. By the time I was ready to use my stored cans, the sprayer wouldn't work no matter what I tried, so my money was wasted by buying extra cans.
May 7, 2014
Sharon M
Will this work on sateen fabric (a genarek satin)?
I haven't tried it, and I don't want to wreck my very important project -- a very special dress for my grandchild.

Sharon M.
Annie's Customer Service

Sharon - We checked with the manufacturer and they recommend testing it on scrap piece of material first. We have found some reviews where this has been used successfully on similar fabrics but also recommend trying it on a piece of scrap material first to be safe.

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