Roll: 50cm x 25yds
Organza and tulle are mostly recognised by sewers and couturiers as elegant eveningwear fabrics or under-linings to mount lace or devoré type fabrics upon. The technique of stabilising the outer fabric to an under minimises fabric creep, strengthen seams and gives body to the finished garment but remains relatively invisible and doesn’t change the handle or drape.
The use of tulle in embroidery does exactly the same thing. Sandwiching either between two layers of wash away will give freestanding lace more strength, ensures all the stitches remain regimental after washing, keeping a more consistent shape and generally ensures a longer life to the work.
Read our stabilizer guide to compare stabilizers and find out which one to use with your project.