(posted on 08/14,2021 23:03:13)
Easy to use, no sticky build-up on needle, and the design turned out great! Warm water removed the stabilizer. Most cut-aways are too stiff for a quilt. Tear-aways stress the stitches too much. I am making quilt blocks, and the fabric with embroidery is all that is left after soaking in warm water. The blocks will be soft in the quilt, which is the feel I was trying to get. Wonderful product!
(posted on 11/14,2020 20:16:24)
This is the best tacky I have ever used. It is strong, not stretchy, residue does not cling to the needle, and it is easy to remove with softened water. I even use it with my large magnetic hoops. It is a great time saver to not hoop projects.
(posted on 11/19,2019 22:28:04)
This is one of my favourite Floriani Products!
(posted on 03/16,2019 19:23:20)
I use this product for embroidery but also use it when mending stretchy sports clothing like slinky basketball shorts, tights, leggings. It allows you to sew more easily and with a much better seam on this wiggly fabric. Pin edges of rip or blown out seam together. Cut Wet n Gone Tacky into strips....just a bit wider than your seam allowance is enough. Pull the paper, stick the strips along the raw edges over your pins, sew with a narrow zig zag, overlock, or other stretchy stitch (don't use with a serger). Pull the pins as you sew. Rinse with soft water as instructed above. I don't recommend using a tear away as there aren't usually enough stitches to perforate and you don't want any stabilizer left in the seam allowance to irritate the skin. Great result.
(posted on 01/18,2018 17:49:43)
I had used Sulky sticky to hand embroider and bead tulle for ballet bodices. A friend suggested Floriani so I tried it. It is wonderful to sew through however it is REALLY hard to get out of the tulle. Guess I'm back to my Sulky since it's easier to get out even though it's harder to embroider. I will however use the Floriani for other embroidery items.
A Note from Kayly:
Hi Rena and thank you for your comment. Keeping our products needle friendly is priority. Our adhesive is a bit harder to remove when there are minerals present in water. To remove the adhesive from the project, use a water softener. My favorite is “bath beads” but I have also had success with fabric softener or hair conditioner. Personally, my water is “well water” and has a lot of minerals present - the adhesive tries to hang on to the minerals - using a softener forces the minerals to flush out with the water leaving your project perfectly soft. Good luck and thanks again for your comment.
(posted on 01/03,2016 02:31:40)
I love this product!
(posted on Oct 23, 2013)
It is really a great product for hoop-less items. It's very hard to get out! Absolutely do not use it on FreeStandingLace!
A Note from Kayly: Thank you for your comments! I agree - Wet N Gone Tacky is perfect for embroidery on hard to hoop items such as napkins, collars, cuffs, etc. However, it is not designed to be embroidered directly on to free standing lace. Please use our regular Wet N Gone for this technique and make sure the lace is digitized for "free standing". The adhesive on Wet N Gone Tacky is more difficult to remove if your water is hard. The answer is to use a water softener in the water such as hair conditioner, fabric softener or my favorite, bath water gel beads! This will force the adhesive to "let go" of the fibers of the fabric and they will wash away. Remember to use room temperature water for the best results.
(posted on Mar 17, 2011)
(posted on Aug 27, 2010)
I love the wet and gone tacky, there are so many items I hate to hoop, and it's also perfect to use behind all types of general heirloom sewing.