Sulky 8-1/2-Inch by 11-Inch Printable Sticky Fabri-Solvy Stabilizer, 12-Pack
- Works just the same as Fabric Solvy with a self stick back, accessed by removing a release sheet
- It holds items in place for hoop less & reversible embroidery
- With no paper component, it washes away quickly & completely
- This stabilizer works the same way as regular Fabri-Solvy with a self-adhesive backing
- Print; copy; or draw your design on it; then peel off the release sheet and stick the design in place for hand-embroidery; applique; needlepunch; or quilting
- With no paper component; it washes away quickly and completely every time
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This stabilizer works the same way as regular Fabri-Solvy with a self-adhesive backing. Print; copy; or draw your design on it; then peel off the release sheet and stick the design in place for hand-embroidery; applique; needlepunch; or quilting. With no paper component; it washes away quickly and completely every time. This package contains twelve 8-1/2 by 11-inch sheets of white heavy weight stabilizer. Imported.
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Easy to print on and apply
Because it's semi-opaque white, you can use it on dark fabric
Easy to remove when finished
Makes your needle sticky (the biggest con)
Because it's semi-opaque, you can't really see how your thread looks with the fabric underneath
It peeled up a bit at the edges. If doing again, I might leave myself more of a buffer around my design. I didn't want to waste it, so I printed two designs on one sheet. It's definitely the easiest transfer method I've used yet for embroidery. For reference, I have tried t-shirt transfers, which I had to peel off tiny pieces at a time; transfer pencils, which faded before I was through stitching (and which I couldn't use on darker fabrics); and drawing straight onto the fabric with quilting pencil, that never came off as well as I would have liked.
I'll be looking into the other types of Solvy to see if any of the others don't do the sticky needle thing, but I'm glad I still have several sheets of this stuff left!