Sequin Fabric Product Spotlight Video
Sequins can be fairly difficult to work with. Make sure not to use your best pair of scissors as the sequins will dull the blade. Putting down a drop cloth to catch the sequins that come off when cutting may be helpful.
Since sewing through sequins can break sewing needles, its often recommended that you use a seam ripper to remove the sequins where you’re going to sew. However, this can be tiresome and time consuming. If you choose to not remove the sequins first, we recommend using a leather needle. Make sure to sew slowly and carefully.
Ironing the fabric may damage the sequins, using a scrap of muslin on the sequins will most likely prevent damage. When cleaning, don’t put sequin fabric in the washer. Dry cleaning is the best way to go.