Jun 18, 2021 - 05:00 PM
Use it as a "topper" in machine embroidery or buttonholes when a water soluble stabilizer cannot be used, and on any dry-clean-only fabric. Some wearable art designers use it for battenburg lace and as a foundation for special free-motion work like machine spun lace (needlelace), bobbin lace, and faux weaving by machine. It's great to use as "the fabric" when making computerized embroidery motifs into "fabric-free" pins, magnets, etc. It pulls away easily like Solvy does, but it can be heated-away as well, when pulling might damage delicate stitching.