Packs of Tissue Paper
Then just cut around your pieces! There’s no need for special scissors or anything. The tissue paper keeps the layers in place, making cutting a breeze.
Look at those neat edges of the cut pieces.
Now that your fabric is cut, you can also use the tissue pieces as a stabilizer while stitching seams. Leave the tissue piece on your bottom piece as you’re sewing, and it will feed through your machine as easily as quilting cotton.
Then just rip away the tissue paper from the seam. Sew with a short stitch length (like 2.0 mm) to make tearing the paper more perforated and easier to tear away. Keep some tweezers handy to pick out any stubborn bits of tissue.That’s it! This method is fabulous for all sorts of slippery silks, like charmeuse, chiffon, georgette, etc.
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I would start with cold water and an old used toothbrush. Then move onto vinegar and water, then rubbing alcohol. If none of those work, take it to a dry cleaners for their advice.