Always Neat Nonwovens Gunold - 1950
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Always Neat Nonwovens Gunold - 1950

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  • Vendor:Gunold
$4.50

Always Neat Nonwovens Gunold-1950

  • Gunold always Neat Nonwovens- White
  • Gunold always Neat Nonwovens- Black

Cut-Away Backings

Cut-away backings are needed to provide a stable base for delicate and stretchy fabrics both during and after the stitching process.  In addition, cut-away backing is needed for high stitch count and intricate designs. More different types of stabilizers available for your perfect application for any possible embroidery needs.
Best for Badges Embroidery which is stiff enough to be pin or iron onto clothing.

High density 100% polyester cut-away backing with a grid core, to give it strength and a piece of soft non-woven fabric to help reduce skin irritation. It is thinner and stronger than other backings, which makes one piece suitable for designs with high stitch counts on unstable fabric. Using less backing pieces will enhance your design and save you money!  

Color Name: White 

Black available Click: Gunold Stiffy Cut Away Black (Always Neat)  

Fiber Content : Polyester

Hand Weight : Heavy

Put Up : 1m or 25m (1 roll) available 

Removal Method : Cut-Away

Temporary or Permanent: Permanent or temporary 

Width : 50cm

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.

Great stitch stability for designs with a high stitch density.

Iron-On Nonwovens 1950B:

Main Applications: When to use?

Stretch fabrics tend to get distorted during embroidering – that’s why an iron-on embroidery nonwoven is a must. The ironed-on nonwoven gives knit materials and fabrics with a high percentage of elastane a higher degree of firmness and stability and prevents fabric distortion during stitching. Iron-on nonwovens, too can be torn away or cut away after embroidering.



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