Adams, B. J.
April 1999
Surface Design Journal;Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's information on an organza-like stabilizer which allows stitching in a heavy machine without tearing. He discovered the stabilizer in England while taking a workshop, and informed that he has been using it for several years to create design or images on the sewing machine. With the stabilizer, he said that he can trace his drawing on paper before making a layer for thread colors in the sewing machine. Meanwhile, it informs that the stabilizer has a brand name of Solvron.


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