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Stick and Rinse sewing embroidery stabilizer 1in x 25ft roll
Stick and Rinse sewing embroidery stabilizer 1.5in x 25ft roll
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Stick and Rinse Stabilizer

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Description
  • Locks the fabric bias while you sew and then rinses away when you're done!
  • Inkjet printable, great for embroidery templates!
  • Great for see-through fabrics, lace making and baby clothes!
  • Water-soluble adhesive-backed, clear, non-stretch stabilizer.
  • Formerly known as SdSV.
When do I use it?

Stick and Rinse is a clear stabilizer that has adhesive on one side and fully dissolves in water.

Use anytime you want to stabilize a fabric while you sew or embroider and don't want the support afterwards.

Amazing for thin or sheer fabrics!

Stabilize any fabric no matter how thin or see through and then return it to its original state by simply washing it.

Great for fine fabrics, lace, netting, baby clothes, scarves, heirloom projects and more.

Makes couching a dream!

Sew down your favorite trims on the thinnest of fabrics and since the stabilizer washes away you don't pull on your stitches trying to tear the stabilizer away!

Printable surface!

You can print templates and designs onto the stabilizer, and then sew through it like a coloring book. When you're done the ink washes out with the stabilizer!

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Great product for stabilizing georgette

I am a professional seamstress and do alterations professionally (as well as some upholstery, custom equipment covers etc). I was tasked with putting a slit into a formal dress (with no existing seam) that was a georgette layer over two lining layers. I used your stick and rinse skinny tape, ran it down the area that needed the slit, sewed on both sides of the drawn line very closely, cut it apart on the line and then used a rolled hem on my serger. Looks Amazing! The tape removed very easily then I just steamed the finished rolled edge to get the remaining tape out. New tool for my arsenal. The customer and I are very happy with the result