WetNGone Fusible - 12" x 10 yrds
Floriani Wet N Gone
This unique product is a fibrous water soluble stabilizer and does a superior job of supporting dense designs. Embroider most free standing lace with just one layer! Its clean rinse capability makes it the best choice when using it with delicate fibers such as yarn scarves or English netting. It is now available in a fusible as well as a sticky version.
*Use the fusible version on sheer fabrics such as organdy, organza, lame, sheer silks and more to establish a solid type fabric that is easier to hoop and embroider. Once the embroidery is complete, all the stabilizer rinses away and will not shadow through.
*Use the sticky version of Wet N Gone to embroider on hard to hoop items such as the corners of silk blouse collars, delicate handkerchiefs and more.
- Create free standing lace and use just one layer for most designs
- Perfect for making appliqués, decorative pins and/or 3-D embroidery.
- Rinses clean leaving no messy residue
- Use as a topping for wide satin stitch designs on high pile fabrics for perfect results!
To use regular Wet N Gone for free standing lace and/or embroideries:
1. Hoop one layer of the stabilizer within the embroider frame. Try to achieve "tight as a drum" tension without stretching or distorting the stabilizer.
2. Embroider the design.
3. Remove the product from the hoop and trim away as much of the stabilizer as possible.
4. Rinse away the Wet N Gone using luke warm water.
*Tip - If your desire is to have the lace stiff, simply get the embroidery wet. Don't rinse! Once it is wet, the stabilizer will be absorbed into the stitching and will dry stiff.
To use Wet N Gone Fusible®:
1. Fuse one layer of the stabilizer on to the back of the fabric. Be sure to use a piece at least one inch larger than the outer parameter of the hoop to insure proper stabilization. *Important - Use a low temp (260°, silk) setting on your iron. Do not touch the surface of your iron to the Wet N Gone Fusible®, use a press cloth (muslin or cotton). Press quickly! It is not necessary to hold the iron to the fabric for more than three seconds.
2. Repeat steps 2-4 from above.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 10 April, 2006.