Unlock the mystery of stabilizing for all your sewing, quilting, serging and embroidery projects. Learning the differences between the various stabilizers can open a world of possibility and allow you to choose confidently whenever you have a project in mind. But, as Michelle knows, it can be a bit overwhelming. She’s going to share the best secret weapon in her creative stitching arsenal: a beautiful, color coded stabilizer workbook for your sewing room. You’ll start with a complete set of 8 x 10-inch samples of every Sulky stabilizer available. As you handle each stabilizer in the comfort of your own home, Michelle will share the details of many samples. Your reference workbook will let you spend more time trying new things and making more professional-looking projects, and far less time thinking about which stabilizer is the best one for the job. She’ll share links to colorful online resources you can add to your workbook, too. All this, and plenty of new ideas and inspiration.
- Student Maximum: 125
- Category(ies): Rookies and Refreshers, Machine Embroidery, Embellishment, Stretch Your Creativity
- Experience Level: All Levels
- Advance Prep: Be sure to purchase your kit at least three weeks prior to class using the link in the Student Supply List.
- Supply List:
The kit (Sulky Stabilizer Sampler Pack (#999-202) is required and is a separate purchase of $9.99. Click on the link below to purchase. Please order at least three weeks before the class to allow plenty of time for shipping. (If you are ordering less than three weeks before the class, you are welcome to join the class as scheduled, and follow along with the recording once the kit has arrived as you will have access to the recorded class for one year.)
You'll also need: (1) 1.5-inch or 2-inch 3-Ring binder; 1 sheet of red paper (you can purchase single sheets at an office supply store); 6 sheets of purple paper; 6 sheets of blue paper; 4 sheets of green paper; 3-Hole punch; stapler; notebook and pen.
- Completion Level: All students will complete a reference notebook of stabilizer by the end of class