Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.
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Weaveline - Stabiliser for your embroidery.

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This is a beautiful soft stabiliser for using behind your embroideries...it has a lovely luxurious feel to it... and helps 'hold' the warp & weft of your embroidery fabric (& stabiliser) in place (Each in their own 'correct' position - ...so you don't get any distortion, 'stretch' or puckering in your fabrics when embroidering on them). As well as helping you not get distortion or stretch in your embroidery,  it also helps in disguising threads that have been 'carried' across the back of your work (from one spot to another). 

Whilst still having a really lovely soft feel to it , the Weaveline makes your Linen lovely to hold when doing your embroideries... it is sooo good to work with and is NOT stiff at all.

***This is my favourite stabiliser to use behind all of our embroideries***  I love it,  and use it all the time.

***It irons onto the back of your fabric that you are going to do your embroidery on.***

 

For sale at $15 PER METRE (SOLD IN DIFFERENT SIZED QUANTITIES-  simply select what quantity you'd like from the drop down menu).

 I truly love this product and I use it behind all of my own embroideries too!! 💖

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Directions for using... (read through to the end first).

How to Iron your WEAVELINE STABILISER onto the back of your fabric-

1. Iron your FABRIC first so that it has no creases in it at all. ( The Embroidery Fabric gets ironed,  NOT the stabiliser!!)

2. Trace your chosen embroidery design onto the front of your embroidery fabric  with your Pigma Pen (or Uni Pin) ...

Then, once all of your embroidery design is traced onto the front of the fabric - 

3. Cut your weavelive so it is approx 1/2 " less than the measurements of your Embroidery fabric...  so that when you "centre" the stabiliser behind it,  you will have an approximate 1/4" clearance all the way around it. 

(Read fully before doing this bit!!)

 *Now, with the WRONG SIDES of the fabric & the wrong side (ie the 'sticky'/granular side of the stabiliser facing TOGETHER)... so Wrong sides are facing together!!!

**Iron the FRONT OF YOUR FABRIC (with the stabiliser being behind it). Iron the weavelive on the back of your FABRIC, it will "centre" ... Remember,  it will have a 1/4" clearance all the way around it.

With the FRONT of your embroidery design  facing up... Iron the front of your FABRIC with high steam ...

Make sure there are no little bits of stabiliser sticking out from the edges of your fabric or you will have a sticky black residue ... melted on your iron OR on your fabric (definitely something to avoid !!😂)

*Use your iron (with water in it) on a high steam setting (so it melts the little gluey/grainy bits... thus adhering to THE BACK of your chosen fabric) really well. 

 *Becareful not to get the above wrong or you'll have sticky black glue all over your iron... and probably on your beautiful project too!!

*(I do sell quality Applique Mats that help stop this happening too.)*

 You can team your beautiful weavelive stabiliser with one of our gorgeous packs of quality Linen or Cotton backgrounds for your embroideries. They are beautiful. 

Note- 

*MY preferred method of 'tracing' the designs onto the embroidery fabric is with a  Pigma  Pen... (uni pin) these can be found on my site too... and are highly recommended. They are a permanent, non acidic, non yellowing,  non bleeding fine permanent marker that IS of archival quality,  and IS intended to be used on fabric. We've been using them for nearly 16 to 20 years now... and they DO NOT BLEED OR RUN DYE ON YOUR FABRIC!!! ❣️👏👏👏  like other 'pens' can...

If you have any questions at all,  don't hesitate to ask. I'm happy to help. 

HAPPY STITCHING to you ♡ 

Kind Regards, 

Debbie 🌺

*If you'd like to learn all the ins and outs of embroidery, ask about joining one of our monthly embroidery classes... there are so many beautiful stitches (and techniques) to learn.  💖👏

Or join our Embroidery Zoom Group online. 

Happy Stitching to you...❤️🪡🧵

* If you'd like to follow along... and see some of the gorgeous embroideries our girls have done, you're welcome to follow along on

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