I followed the instructions for using the Floriani perfect stick tearaway. I knew since the towels had some body to them, getting them hooped was going to be a problem so I went hoopless. The problem came up when I tried to remove the stabilizer, it did not release like the instruction said it would.
I asked for suggestions and found water would work in getting rid of the bits. No where in the Floriani instructions does it give you a clue this might happen.
they cleaned up pretty good but I had more towels to do, towels with a much deeper pile.
Some seemed to have luck adding Sulky Totally Stable between the towel and the stabilizer, so I tried that. I have scribbled on the stabilizer because it is white on white.
Then I stuck it to the perfect stick.
I make a copy and use those to center my design.
It seemed to stitch fine. Yes, I did use a topper.
Then the test--tear it all away!! It tore away with no problem, none of the stickies sticking to the loops.I do have some clean up to do, but I am happy with the results. Now, I don't feel so bad about facing the other towels I need to do.