by beutelhexe 18 Dec 2016

Hellofrom Bavaria:) Which embroidery stabilizer (Cut away) can you recommend for T-shirts? Thank you

Annette

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by noah 20 Dec 2016

hello Conny !!!hugs

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by babash 20 Dec 2016

type in OESD and look at the supplies list at the top stabiliser is there then check their shipping cost.
I also typed in quilt shops in Bavaria and came up with a lot.

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by zoefzoef 19 Dec 2016

I also use cut away stabilizer, buy it at the local sewing shop

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beutelhexe by beutelhexe 19 Dec 2016

that's my problem. We do not have such a shop :(

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by jrob Moderator 18 Dec 2016

Annette, glad to see you back! I do lots of t-shirts and I generally us OESD Polymesh Cut Away Embroidery Stabilizer on my t-shirts. The ordering number for this one is HBC15-15. It is 15 inches x 10 yards or .38meters x 9.14meters. It weighs 1.5 ounces

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beutelhexe by beutelhexe 18 Dec 2016

Where do you order it? I can not find it in the German Internet.
This is exactly what I would wish for

crafter2243 by crafter2243 19 Dec 2016

I am not sure if they would deliver to Germany.

beutelhexe by beutelhexe 19 Dec 2016

thank you. I have looked. The shipping cost is 85 dollars. This is unfortunately a bit expensive.
:(

Kampfzwerg by Kampfzwerg 21 Dec 2016

Hallo beutelhexe, versuche doch mal den Näh Park in Cham. Da gibt es ein neues Gewebe von Madeira: Super Web. Es ist 90 cm breit und kostet 1€ pro Meter. Ansonsten nehme ich für T-Shirts und Sweatshirts die ausgemusterten Buisneshemden meines Mannes. Klappt prima. Ich hoffe ich konnte Dir helfen. Merry Christmas von Kampfzwerg im Taunus

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