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Subject: Did anyone watch the "Behind the scene" Rising Star video on FB?


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Date Posted: Friday, June 17, 10:16:13am

They use some kind of a paper on top of the fabric when embroidered. Looks like a regular paper to me. But he(sorry, didn't get the name) called it a special paper? I searched the internet but could not find anything like it.
I am using the Sulky Super Solvy, but the heavy duty is a pain to remove. I just bought the medium wight to try.
What is everyone else using on velvet?
Thank you.

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Probably freezer paper, without wax (NT)sdmFriday, June 17, 01:49:08pm

It sounded to me that he said "This is a protective paper" later in the video it shows one of the ladies placing the paper on some fabric and it just looks like normal sheets of paper, not freezer paper, althought that would work as well. It just looks like normal everyday paper. (NT)-Saturday, June 18, 07:30:23am

It's not regular paper. We tried it last night and while it's not bad, it doesn't leave a clean edge finish. It sounded "crispier" than regular paper in the video but we gave it a try (NT):)Wednesday, June 22, 08:32:17am

For velvets, I use a tear away stabilizer on topAnnMonday, April 17, 10:30:08am


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