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Pellon Stick-N-Washaway - 18" Wide Polyester

Pellon Stick-N-Washaway - 18" Wide Polyester
US$ 9.95 / yard

Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

Quantity(yards):

Product Total:

US$4.98

18" Wide, White

Pellon Water Soluble Stabilizer is the great choice for all lace works, free standing applications, paper dolls, garments and more. This unique product combines a pressure sensitive adhesive with a water soluble stabilizer that does a superior job of supporting dense machine embroidery designs. It washes away without placing any stress on your thread work. The self-adhesive backing is accessed by removing the release paper. It is ideal for printing quilting designs, hand-work or free-motion designs. Use it on garments to add stability to shoulder seams and neck lines during construction or to hem knit apparel without stretching or curling. Pellon Stick-N-Washaway, sold by the yard. Made in USA.

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