You know that Glitter Flex vinyl makes your applique embroidery so much more stunning. But with options like Holo, Neon, Rainbow, and Ultra, how do you know which one to choose?
Occasionally, you may need to use two layers of stabilizer when embroidering designs. Is there a right way to do that? Yes, there is, and I will show you how!
Sometimes I like to challenge myself don't you? For me, the challenge was cork fabric with GlitterFlex! I'd heard so many good things about it and loved the professional look it gave projects. To tell you the truth I was skeptical as the only cork I'd know previously hung in my bulletin board. During my self-inflicted "challenge," I came up with . . .
The 40% off Christmas in July sale at Sew Inspired by Bonnie continues! This week, I’ll show you how to make appliques that you can apply to wax candles. . . .
Embroidery stabilizers can get pretty confusing. And it is really frustrating when your project does not stitch out like you planned. These guidelines will help you get better results by . . .
Have you stitched a design and you know that it was stabilized properly but, when you pulled it out of the hoop and ironed it, the puckers started to show up? More than likely, that's because. . .
I decided to try using GlitterFlex vinyl on a bath towel and it worked out quite well. Plus, instead of using a traditional tear-away stabilizer on the back of the towel, I made the embroidery . . .