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lynette Anderson 18 Jan 2015 12:07 #126332

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I just read the comments section under the January BOM video.
Looks like Lynette Andersen is answering TQS BOM questions there. She has answered 2 TQS BOM questions there.

"#4 lynettestitches 2015-01-07 16:06
I use a fusible lightweight stabilzer on the back of most of my work. There are many brands available, my favourite is called Sheer magic by Jenny Haskins."

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lynette Anderson 18 Jan 2015 10:54 #126330

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I'll definitely look at Debby Kemball's work, thanks Terrie--my preference would be not to use a stabilizer. When a stabilizer is called for, I've often resorted to extra starch, especially with machine embroidery. A hoop would help but I'd rather not hoop this mini-center block of the BOM.

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lynette Anderson 18 Jan 2015 10:22 #126325

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I don't have an answer either, but I've taken classes with Debby Kemball, who has won lots of ribbons, and she doesn't use any stabilizer. So, that's an easy option. :)
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lynette Anderson 17 Jan 2015 19:43 #126320

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Lynette Anderson uses Hugs and Kisses Applique' Paper in the applique pieces. In the show, she refers to "stitchery stabilizer" when talking about the stabilizer for embroidery. Guess what? Stitchery Stabilizer has to be the name of the product she was referring to because I finally found it online (it was just bugging me and I had to find it again!). You can see the product at www.littlequiltstore.com.au/shop/product/stitchery-stabilizer/ and wouldn't it be funny if it resembled the Hugs and Kisses product? However, when I saw the picture of the stitchery stabilizer in the show, it did not look like the applique' paper. Wish Lynette would pipe up and tell us for sure!

I'm still interested in what alternatives might be out there.

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lynette Anderson 17 Jan 2015 18:02 #126316

I think Lynette uses Hugs & Kisses Applique paper. You can order it from Superior Threads. I think you get 20 sheets for $20.00.

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lynette Anderson 17 Jan 2015 16:51 #126313

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judithrs wrote:
What is the product Lynette uses as a stabilizer for her embroidery?

That's a good question and I don't have an answer. In section three of the current episode with Lynette Anderson, she speaks about using a stabilizer with her embroidery and you can even see it, but she never says what it is. I can't seem to find it anymore or I'd give you the URL, but I googled and found a hand-embroidery stabilizer with Lynette's store logo on it (I tried looking for it again but it won't pop up).

What is everyone else using to stabilize the fabric for embroidery on the 2015 BOM? I have not used a stabilizer for anything that was embroidered on top of an applique', but I can imagine needing some stabilizer for any embroidery that goes on the background, especially if you don't want to use a hoop. Any suggestions?

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lynette Anderson 17 Jan 2015 09:53 #126290

What is the product Lynette uses as a stabilizer for her embroidery?
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