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Tear Away Embroidery Stabilizer
Tear Away Embroidery Stabilizer
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Tear Away Embroidery Stabilizer

SKU: SKU2332
Weight: 1 lbs
Our Price: $14.99  
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Necessary for embroidery and other projects. We carry both a soft tear away and stiff  tear away stabilizer depending on your needs. 60" x 10 yards. We also sell by the roll.

Crisp or firm tear-away is made from short fibers, which allows it to be torn away easily. That's important when you are doing light stitch counts designs, because it doesn't stress the stitches when it's removed.

Cut-away stabilizer is made up of long fibers, which gives it more strength and ability to support high-stitch count embroidery on unstable materials. Soft tear-away is made up of a combination of long and short fibers, so in a way, it's a cross between crisp tear-away and cutaway.crisp

It is a bit harder to tear, and tears with a fuzzy edge. If you tear it before it is stitched, it doesn't tear in a straight line. Crisp tear-away tears fairly straight and with a fairly clean edge, like paper.soft tear

When you want to use a tear-away, but are embroidering on a somewhat unstable material, it can be risky to use a crisp tear-away.

However, because the sweatshirt has some body and isn't very lightweight, a soft tear-away might be very suitable. Be sure to test for your purposes, but if your design isn't highly detailed, it might work well.

- See more at: http://community.annthegran.com/blogs/my_embroidery_mentor/archive/2012/08/10/all-tear-away-is-not-created-equal.aspx#sthash.XEhyUYxv.dpuf

Crisp or firm tear-away is made from short fibers, which allows it to be torn away easily. That's important when you are doing light stitch counts designs, because it doesn't stress the stitches when it's removed.

Cut-away stabilizer is made up of long fibers, which gives it more strength and ability to support high-stitch count embroidery on unstable materials. Soft tear-away is made up of a combination of long and short fibers, so in a way, it's a cross between crisp tear-away and cutaway.crisp

It is a bit harder to tear, and tears with a fuzzy edge. If you tear it before it is stitched, it doesn't tear in a straight line. Crisp tear-away tears fairly straight and with a fairly clean edge, like paper.soft tear

When you want to use a tear-away, but are embroidering on a somewhat unstable material, it can be risky to use a crisp tear-away.

However, because the sweatshirt has some body and isn't very lightweight, a soft tear-away might be very suitable. Be sure to test for your purposes, but if your design isn't highly detailed, it might work well.

- See more at: http://community.annthegran.com/blogs/my_embroidery_mentor/archive/2012/08/10/all-tear-away-is-not-created-equal.aspx#sthash.XEhyUYxv.dpuf
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