by pennyhal2 13d ago

I saw that Sulky has a product that you iron on the back side of a design...like for a coaster...to seal the back so that water doesn't drip through the holes made by the needle when stitching a design. Has anyone used this product?

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by dragonflyer 9d ago

Hmmm, after reading about this, not sure it would be very useful for most of my projects...it is designed for "waterproof" or "water-repellent" fabrics to be applied to them after embroidery to prevent moisture from getting through needlepoints...I don't use very much waterproof fabric or water-repellent fabrics to begin with...

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pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 9d ago

I agree, but there are some applications that might be useful for me. Like, when I do a doily to go under a plant that I put on the table, It would help protect the wood from any moisture that may collect there...or when I put a bottle of wine on the table and it sweats before I have time to drink it all!

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by marianb 12d ago

Sounds very interesting...

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by Sewmum1 12d ago

I've not used it. The stitch 'n seal here is expensive so not sure I will be in a rush to try it. Would love to hear if anyone else has used it though

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by shirley124 12d ago

Sounds interesting. Hugs

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by dragonflyer 12d ago

Hmmm, what is it called?

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