The type of stabilizer depends on your fabric, but for linens, cottons, etc. I'd use a cut-a-way, gives more stability to the design after it has been washed. Only time you need WSS to keep the stitches on top, is with fabric with nap, like terry cloth, velour, etc.
Thank you. Maureen
I would think you would put those on linen. If you use cotton I would spray starch first. I would use a wash away stabilizer so that you won't see it latter on the other side. Maybe a WSS on top so stitches don't imbed themselves and aren't seen. Happy Stitching. I'm going to try them also. Hugs & Stitches, Liz
Thank you. Would like to see what you stitch out. I don't have a camera.