Cut-Away Nonwovens: Main Applications: When to use? If the embroidery needs great stability, cut-away nonwovens are ideal, as these are known for having an extremely high resistance to perforation. The excess nonwoven is simply cut away with scissors along the finished embroidery border. The nonwoven backing of the embroidery serves as longterm stabilizer.
It’s optimal for knit wear and broken stitch designs!
Processing Recommendations: ◆ Hoop the base fabric with the nonwoven in an embroidery hoop. ◆ Embroider the design. ◆ Remove the hoop and carefully cut away the nonwoven along the finished embroidery edges using small scissors. !