Embroidery Basics: Tip for Storing Stabilizer Information Sheets
The label that comes around the OESD Stabilizer has lots of information on it. The back side of the sheet contains instructions on how to use that particular stabilizer – valuable information that you don’t want to lose! Here’s a trick for keeping the paper sheet neatly stored right with the stabilizer roll where it will be easy to find every time you need it.
After using a roll of stabilizer, wrap the original label back around the outside. Wrap a strip of Hugo’s Amazing Tape around the label and the wrapper will stay secure. Not only do you have information about the product right when you need it, but the label helps protect the stabilizer from dust as well.
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5 comments on “Embroidery Basics: Tip for Storing Stabilizer Information Sheets”
What a clever Idea, I never heard of Hugo tape, I’ll have to find some.
I put the original label back on the roll of stabilizer, then place an elastic hair band around the roll
Never thought of using Hugo’s that way. I use $1 store ponytail holders.
I also put stabilizer into big ziplock bag, so it keeps all small pieces with roll also.
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I always keep my labels and the plastic wrap on the tube that comes with my Stabilizer, but never thought of using the Hugo tape. Guess I should purchase some.