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AllStitch CASWR | Cover-a-Stitch | Silky Finisher | Finisher | White | Rolls | 1.3 oz.

Original price $9.79 - Original price $77.39
Original price
$9.79 - $77.39
Current price $9.79
Size: 7" Roll
Amount: 10 yds

Cover-a-Stitch Silky Finisher 1.3 oz. - White – Rolls

are a soft finishing fabric used for covering the back of finished embroidered designs, usually on the inside of clothing where it is likely to touch the skin.  This finisher will prevent irritation from any rough texture created by embroidery and bobbin threads.  Soft on one side, textural bonding agent on the other, which is applied easily with a household iron. Perfect for sensitive skin or infant and children’s clothing.  Recommended for designs of any stitch count.

Quick facts:

  • Silky finisher, 1.3 oz.
  • Lightweight
  • Rolls
  • White
  • Fusible

Made for use with:

  • Most fabrics


  • Infant and children’s wear
  • Intimates
  • Leisure wear

Cover-A-Stitch is a soft stitch covering made from a polyester weave iron on fusible backing that is used to cover the back of finished embroidery stitches on the inside of clothing. By covering the back of the embroidery, you are preventing threads from coming in contact with skin and causing irritation. Cover-A-Stitch is perfect for infant and children's clothing to protect sensitive skin from scratchy embroidery threads.

To Use: Cover-A-Stitch should be fused onto back of garment with a press or iron at a temperature of 250-270ºF (Wool setting for irons) for about 15 seconds.
Make sure the side with the fusible is facing your garment. To determine the fusible side, hold the Cover-A-Stitch up to the light, the fusible side will have a glimmer.

Customer Comments about Cover-A-Stitch: "In addition to being a wonderful cover material, it GREATLY ENHANCES the stability of designs. I use it on all embroidery designs--purchased and home-made. Ironing out puckers after washing has become a thing of the past! It also seals all those pesky bobbin threads that might become entangled after repeated washings."