Sulky Secrets to Successful Stabilizing by Joyce Drexler has full-color pages of exciting step-by-step projects, ideas and tips from over 35 Sewing Professionals. Plus tips and instructions for using Sulky's Puffy Foam.
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Over 25 Exciting
Step-by-Step Projects and Ideas. Terrific Tips from over 35 Sewing Professionals.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Sulky Secrets||1-3||Projects, Tips & Ideas|
|Cut-Away Plus and Soft n Sheer||4-5||Cut-Away Soft n Sheer||46-50|
|Solvy and Super Solvy||9-13||Solvy and Super Solvy||67-88|
|Tear-Easy and Stiffy||14-18||Tear-Easy||89-92|
|Fran McAvity's "Wheel" explaining the variables within embroidery designs and how they effect your choice of fabric, thread, stabilizers, adhesives, needles and tensions||26-33||Sticky||100-107|
|A Beginner's Chart to Successful Stabilizing for Computerized Machine Embroidery||34||Combined Stabilizers||108-135|
|The What, When, Where, Why and How to use Puffy Foam, plus projects & idea||35-44||Do's and Don'ts||136|
|The What, When, Where, Why and How to use KK 2000 Temporary Spray Adhesive||45||Index & Sources||137|
Puffy Foam is a high quality Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Film that is made specifically for use on home sewing machines. It is non-toxic, water-resistant and machine washable, but it is flammable and cannot be dry-cleaned.
There is virtually no waste because even very small pieces can be used. It perforates cleanly when stitched through, and makes the stitching stand well above the fabric. It is being widely seen commercially in headgear and washable wearables.
Twelve colors included:
White, Black, Tan, Red, Purple, Kelly Green, Royal Blue, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Gray and Forest Green