Best ITH Embroidery Projects for Using Battilizer

Battilizer combines the best of both worlds making it perfect for ITH embroidery.

When batting and stabilizer are combined, they are perfect for in-the-hoop machine embroidery projects like table runners and place mats. These projects are perfect for using battilizer and they are 70% off this week in the Pop-up Store!

The beautiful Leaves of Color Wreath Table Runner from Kreations by Kara features a 14″ wreath centerpiece and accessory designs that add final touches to the on-point end blocks. Learn multi-hooping to create this show stopping quilted runner.

Even pieced projects like the Quilted Round Table Runner from Designs 4 Africa stitch and quilt well with battilizer. The soft drape of battilizer allows quilted pieces to lay flat and launder well.

Placemats also benefit quite well from stitching on battilizer. Both machine embroidery and applique in the Honey Bee Placemat from Allstitch are well supported without the need for additional stabilizer. Borders and binding are easy to add to the foam-like batting and stabilizer combination.

Create table runners and place mats with the Lotus Table Mat Runner from Anandas Divine Designs.

Projects that are dimensional really stand out when stitched using battilizer. Dimensional pieces like the Daisy Table Center from Mar Lena Embroidery benefit from a bit of added body without unnecessary stiffness.

Autumn Candle Mats from Inspiration Mutz are wonderful table toppers or even mug rugs.

Battilizer is also a wonderful tool for purses, zip bags, quilts, and wallhangings. Learn more about battilizer products here.