First, given the lightness of this scarf (or likely any
scarf, really) only small, light designs will work.
Second, as this is obviously a sheer material, we don’t
want our stabilizer showing underneath the finished
embroidery. So we can do this two ways.
The way I embroidered my
stars is by hooping up TWO
layers of tearaway stabilizer, with a light coating of
adhesive in between, to keep them from shifting. It
should be noted this is never recommended for cut-away
stabilizer, and only ever works with tiny designs like
The other option is to use one layer of heavy duty water
soluble stabilizer. I didn’t want to risk my fabric
paint bleeding, so I went with tearaway.