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Thread: Textured Magic

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    Member golo8's Avatar
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    Has anyone used Textured Magic? I used it for the top of two purses and on a couple of smaller bags... I think its easy and fun to use . Would love to see some of your projects....

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    Wow! That is neat. How do you do it? The top looks like you follow the outline of the design, but what about the bottom?

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    i just saw this stuff online today how strange that you posted a use thanks

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    The 3-D effect adds a lot to your design.

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    That is so cool....!!

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    How did you get it to follow the design on the batik fabric? :roll:

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    Your bags are great- nice use of the texture magic. I saw it at a quilt show being demonstrated a few years ago & thought it was really neat. I wasn't sure what I would do with it, but I like what you have done!

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    The fabric in the TM package is like a white nylon... you baste it on to the fabric you want to use and then quilt it... I quilted around the butterflies in the first fabric and in the second I just meandered.. the less you quilt the puffer it gets... You just hold a steam iron over it... don't touch the fabric... the steam does all the work.... the bottom of my bags are just the regular fabric.. I didn't do anything to it... very very simple technique and easy to use....

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    I love it! And you just gave me the solution to a wall hanging I am designing. Now to find best place to buy Textured Magic...LQS, Hancocks, JoAnns or online?

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    You will have to post a picture of your wall hanging so we can all see it when it is done.... :)

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