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June 28, 2019
Making an original textile piece using the magic of Sulky Ultra Solvy from Quilt Social

Yesterday I showed you how to work with Sulky Paper Solvy and how it really helps when doing English Paper piecing. Instead of removing the paper, the Paper Solvt melts in water, and disappears.

Today I’m sharing an exciting tutorial that allows you to make your own textile project using Sulky Ultra Solvy and fabrics from your stash.

Oooh, can you imagine? You already have a stash of fabric and just love every luscious piece of it. I’m sure you also have lots of fabric scraps. This is your opportunity to use the tiniest scraps to make even ...

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June 27, 2019
Making easy work of English Paper Piecing with Sulky Paper Solvy from Quilt Social

Yesterday, I discussed using Sulky Paper Solvy as an applique backing to assist in the turning process for circles and then simply dissolving this miracle paper away.

Normally, with English paper piecing (also known as EPP in the quilting world), fabric is sewn or basted to paper, ironed, connected with slip stitches to other shapes and then the arduous task of having to remove the papers. Today, I’ll show you an easier way. I wish I knew about Paper Solvy years ago as I toiled at a year-long EPP project and removed hundreds of papers!

Because Sulky Paper Solvy ...

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June 26, 2019
How to use Sulky Paper Solvy to make appliques from Quilt Social

The Sulky Fuse ‘n Stitch used for the basket made in yesterday’s post, helped to keep it stable.

Today, I’m happy to discuss Paper Solvy by Sulky. It’s another product in the long line of Sulky products that’s so lovely to work with.

Paper Solvy is lovely to work with because it’s a water soluble stabilizer that you can use as a foundation or stabilizer and it dissolves quickly in water, making it so useful for applique because it disappears and leaves no bulk behind the fabric. Paper Solvy also comes in 8½” x 11 ...

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June 25, 2019
Finishing a craft basket with Sulky Fuse ‘n Stitch for stability from Quilt Social

Happy Tuesday, yesterday I started to discuss Sulky Fuse ‘n Stitch the fusible stabilizer with great stability used to make an amazing basket. This basket is very useful to organize sewing supplies, knitting supplies, craft supplies, magazines and so much more. We all need a place to store our never-ending supply of stuff and have something that fits our decor.

Please refer to yesterday’s post Quilting and crafting with sensational Sulky Stabilizers for Part 1 of how to make the basket pictured below. See how to make the base of the basket with macrame cord and prepare fabric strips ...

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June 24, 2019
Quilting and crafting with sensational Sulky Stabilizers from Quilt Social

This week, all 5 days I get the privilege of discussing the most amazing Sulky Stabilizers with so much exciting project potential.

 

You can sew, craft, quilt and embroider with these fantastic Sulky products.

 

Projects for this week are shown below, make a basket, make your own textiles, applique circles and English paper piece all with Sulky Stabilizers. Who knew you could do this with ease?

 

awesome Sulky Stabilizer projects to be discussed this week.
via: quiltingintheloft.com

 

In the past, I have done my fair share of embroidery. I really got into a habit of thinking that stabilizers such ...

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June 21, 2019
Crafting fun using Sulky stabilizers on QUILTsocial! from Quilt Social

If Robin Bogaert is writing next week’s posts, you know it’s packed with crafting fun! It’s the kind of crafting that involves a quilting technique one way or another, certainly.

Robin of QUILTINGINTHELOFT, has prepared 4 exciting projects as pictured below. All week she’s exploring how Sulky stabilizers make the quilting and sewing work easy and in some projects, down right magical!

 

From 3-D work, English Paper Piecing, appliques, and more, these projects touch on a quilting technique using Sulky stabilizers that make the task that much easier and therefore more enjoyable.

 

Join Robin starting Monday ...

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