It's been awhile ago. Maybe a year. But I used WS Film and it worked fine. I didn't wet it until I pulled off most of it. Much success.
I can't think of any reason that you shouldn't but I can think of lots why you should.;)
I do...always with minky or fleece, terry any napped fabric.
I too always use Water Soluble Stabilizer with Minky fabric, and have had great luck. I never think Minky is going to wash up well, and it always comes out so pretty
I always use one or two layers of WSS when embroidering on anything that is thick like towels or plush fabrics. Otherwise the stitches will just sink right underneath the top. Do you have anything similar to practice on? Also, I never hoop those item. I hoop peel and stick stabilizer, put the article on the sticky, float heavy weight stabilizer under it all, put WSS on top and say a prayer or two that everything will turn out. It really would be best to practice on something similar so you don't ruin your minky blanket. Good Luck! Jan
As "Carolyn" Noah, I always put wss on top of blankets.- hugs Yvonne
yes put wws on top or the letters well sink into the fabric and won't be able to read it as well .It seems to hold the letters to the top .I always do this hugs carolyn