Holds more stitches!
SOFT, DRAPABLE & ALMOST INVISIBLE!

HOLDS MORE STITCHES!

No Show "Diagonal" mesh is a nylon mesh stabilizer with a diagonal embossing pattern. It is more multi-directionally stable than previous versions. Therefore it will hold more stitches per single layer than the regular perpendicular patterned mesh leading to better and tighter registration or definition per single layer. If you add a mid weight tearaway as a sandwich it can hold an even higher stitch count!

No show mesh

Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh

It is perfect for left chest logos, pique knits, T Shirts, infant items and micro fiber apparel.

Also available in a FUSIBLE version!

By fusing the stabilizer to the back of the garment, the fabric will not move or stretch leading to better registration. The stabilizer is temporarily attached to the entire area where the embroidery will be stitched eliminates the use of messy spray adhesives which only "spot" tack and allow shifting of the fabric and are quite messy leaving residue on needles hoops and machine parts

We use a low melt fusible - 260 F so as not to scorch or shrink your fabric.

When you are finished with your embroidery, re-fuse the edges- peel back and trim around your design.

One layer should support 10-12,000 stitches of a moderately dense design.
If you sandwich a tearaway behind it, it should hold a lot more!

Use the fusible version to cover up scratchy stitches on the back of the embroidery.

How to use No Show Diagonal Mesh:

Instructions
1. Cut a piece of the stabilizer at least one inch larger than the hoop
2. Hoop the stabilizer to the back of the garment. When finished with the embroidery remove any larger areas of the mesh cutting to form rounded corners close to the design. If using the fusible version, after trimming close, refuse from the backside using a pressing cloth.
3. Add a tearaway for extra definition if desired. After the design is complete the tear away can be removed leaving just the soft mesh against the skin.
4. If it is a VERY dense design or above 20,000 stitches - use 2 layers of mesh criss-crossing the embossing patterns creating a perfect stability for those more dense designs.

How to use No Show Diagonal Mesh Fusible:

1. Cut a piece of the stabilizer at least one inch larger than the hoop
2. Fuse the stabilizer to the back of the garment. - use a low iron 260F setting
3. Hoop it and add a tearaway for extra definition. After the design is complete the tear away can be removed leaving just the soft mesh against the skin.
4. If it is a VERY dense design or above 20,000 stitches - use 2 layers of mesh cris -crossing the embossing pattern.
5. When your are finished stitching - re fuse- the edges - peel them back and trim.


To purchase Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh on a roll, click here.

To purchase Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh Fusible on a roll, click here.

To purchase Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh in precut sizes, click here.

To purchase Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh Fusible in precut sizes, click here.

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