by ibht2k2 12 Jun 2009

TIA Chris

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by simplyrosie 17 Jun 2009

I've done what Eva suggests many times. I'm always afraid I'll screw up my scarf material! lol

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by embroiderynikki 17 Jun 2009

A tear away backing would be a good idea. Also use Solvie as your stabilizer. You lay the Solvie right on top in the hoop, then after the design is done sewing, you wet with a water bottle, which dissolves, and tear away the extra that is not around the embroidered design.

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by ibht2k2 17 Jun 2009

Thanks for all the help! Chris

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by colonies1 15 Jun 2009

I agree with Eva..................

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by dlmds 15 Jun 2009

I agree with what others have said. H&*.

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by shirlener88 14 Jun 2009

It sounds like Eva has the answer - but I don't think I would do it any other way - either. *4U

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by evajungermann 14 Jun 2009

Will pucker.
What about stitching on a foundation material and use the ready made stitchout as an applique on the scarf? You could use this melting applique helper, which will prevent the material to stretch while appliqueing.

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by iris2006 13 Jun 2009

I don't know but send this TTT for other Cuties to help you. :)

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