Lamé Fabric Product Spotlight Video
When working with lamé fabric, be careful not to get it caught on sharp edges as it snags easily. Using clips is recommended but you can use pins in the seam allowance, just keep in mind that pin holes will show.
Using a short stitch length and light weight needle is best when sewing lamé, and going slowly will help prevent it from getting snagged. This fabric does fray easily, so we recommend finishing the seams with bias tape or a double folded hem.
Since lamé is sensitive to heat, it should not be ironed, this may crinkle or melt the fabric. Instead, you can steam it at low heat. Do not machine wash lamé, this fabric is dry clean only.