Stick-N-Washaway

542S

My new favorite embroidery stabilizer? Stick-N-Washaway™!! I know I’m a bit biased, but it’s truly fantastic. It is a unique product that combines a pressure sensitive adhesive with a water-soluble stabilizer. The stabilizer washes away without placing any stress on your threadwork and leaves no trace of the stabilizer on either side of the project. It is ideal for printed design work and custom embroidery. The newly packaged 8.5″ x 11″ sheets are inkjet safe, sewing machine safe and easy to use in a hand or machine embroidery hoop.

The 8.5″ x 11″ sheets are brand new and available now at your local Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores.

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Need some fun project ideas to get you started? We’ve got you covered;).

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THE PANTY PACK
What girly girl wouldn’t want a special bag to hold her delicates when she travels, especially when that bag is as cute as this one? The pattern includes detailed instructions with lots of pictures, an applique pattern for the panties, and embroidery files for the lettering. This project was created by the lovely Michelle Dorsey from Michelle Sews and as you can see from the photo above, the options for color and embellishment are endless!

Materials Needed
1/2 yard Main Fabric for handle and exterior
1/2 yard Lining Fabric
1/2 yard Pellon® 987F Fusible Fleece
2 sheets Pellon® 542S Stick-N-Washaway™
1/2 yard Pellon® 805 Wonder-Under®
1 pkg Pellon® ST-805 Wonder-Under® Tape
1 small bottle Dritz™ Fray Check™
Assorted Trims & Ribbon
1 yard 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon (optional)
Two 12″ Zippers
Four 3/4″ x 1-1/2″ pieces of 3/4″ Velcro
Thread
Embroidery Thread

Tools Needed
Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
Embroidery Machine
4 x 4 Embroidery Hoop

A free downloadable pdf for this project is available on our website — click here for the project page.

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STITCHIN’ KIDS ARTWORK
Use Pellon® Stick-N-Washaway™ to transfer a child’s original artwork to a t-shirt. It’s an excellent project to do with your kids and it gives them the opportunity to walk around in something that they designed. Melissa Mora of Melly Sews created this project and made 2 custom t-shirts based on the drawings of her two sons, pictured above.

Materials Needed
Fabric to sew a T-shirt OR a purchased t-shirt
1-2 sheets Pellon® 542S Stick-N-Washaway™
Purchased t-shirt pattern (optional)
Assorted colored threads
Washable children’s markers

Tools Needed
Sewing Machine & Related Supplies

A free downloadable pdf for this project is available on our website — click here for the project page.

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And… for a quick peek at how easy it is to dissolve the Stick-N-Washaway™ in water, head here: http://vine.co/v/bvE50uEIJ53.

We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Stick-N-Washaway

  1. Angela says:

    I was having trouble getting the sheet to feed through my printer. It kept getting jammed. Any suggestions?

    • erin @ pellon says:

      Hi Angela —

      Are you using an ink jet printer? Feel free to email me at erin (dot) sampson @ pellonusa (dot) com as well.
      Thanks!
      Erin

  2. Jean Morris says:

    The April/May issue of Quilters Newsletter had a photo and description of Pellon Stick-n-washaway tape. Where do I find it?

    • erin @ pellon says:

      Hi Jean — I’m so glad that you spotted the Stick-N-Washaway™ Tape in the Quilter’s Newletter! The product will be launching in stores and online this coming May. I’m so sorry that it’s not yet available for use, but we’re still so very excited to offer this new product! Thanks for checking in. Best Wishes,
      Erin at Pellon

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