Re: What do you do with left over Romeo stabiliser
I don’t use Romeo either, only the fabric-type water solubles. I also save the scraps but when I have the time I take those scraps and cut them into strips with straight edges. I then overlap the strips and stitch them together with water soluble thread (YLI has one) in the needle and bobbin. I get whole new sheets of stabilizer that can be hooped and used for more free standing lace.
From: Marsha Lemmons
Sent: Sunday, January 01, 2012 3:16 AM
Subject: [janome12000] Re: What do you do with left over Romeo stabiliser
I don't use Romeo but the fabric-type water-solubles. I toss all my scraps into a bin & use them whenever I want to serge a rolled hem, apply decorative machine stitching, gather or ruffle tulle or chiffon, or stitch on vinyl. Makes anything that is difficult to sew because presser feet can't grip it easier.