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stabilizers - 2/26/2019 10:32:49 AM   
Pat C.

 

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It's been awhile since I've bought stabilizer. Who has the best price on cutaway? Want to use it on Christmas ornaments, but don't need a huge roll. Thanks.
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RE: stabilizers - 2/26/2019 3:51:31 PM   
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amazon....they have cut sheets

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RE: stabilizers - 2/26/2019 9:29:46 PM   
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I've bought rolls of Sulky cut away in various weights if you don't want cut sheets. The rolls aren't too huge either.

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RE: stabilizers - 2/27/2019 12:22:41 PM   
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Sulky roll on Amazon not the right size. Did see 2 others that I'm not familiar with--brothread and weidner Anyone familiar with these 2 or have used them. I have Prime and would be nice not to have to pay shipping:) Pat

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RE: stabilizers - 2/27/2019 12:31:28 PM   
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Went back and checked more detail on Amazon. Both got good reviews. Weidner a little heavier than brothread according to reviews.

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RE: stabilizers - 2/27/2019 3:08:11 PM   
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I buy all my stabilizers from World Weidner or my Bernina store. Weidner has a variety sizes, fast service, and I can't complain about anything.

The biggest stabilizer problem I have now is getting sizes big enough to use on these huge frames. It's very expensive to use those big frames. I'll have to find the "blue tape method" that someone posted years ago. It's in some folder somewhere.

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RE: stabilizers - 2/27/2019 9:18:06 PM   
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I haven't bought stabilizers from Weidner but have bought various other sewing products from them and second Penny Hal's review. I bought my Sulky cut away from Joann's (in the store) which gave me a choice between a small or large roll of all the weights.


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RE: stabilizers - 2/28/2019 9:36:41 AM   
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Last I looked at my JoAnn they didn't have much of a selection. I think just the 8 inch roll. Good to have second choice. Thanks:)

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