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Thread: Machine embroidery using Terial spray.

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    Machine embroidery using Terial spray.

    Here is my machine embroidery using the spray instead of stabilizer on cotton fabric. It has been washed, dried, and pressed. I used CT Essential Pro thread.

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    ​Looks good! I have not seen that product.

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    That looks great. Much better then all that paper stuff stuck to it. It looks like part of the fabric. Not a poof or pucker anywhere.

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    i will look for it this weekend. our walmart doesn't carry much for emb machines.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    It looks great! Thank you for the picture. Where is the best place to purchase the spray at a good cost?

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    Does the product wash out? I embroidery a lot of baby quilts and they need to be somewhat soft.

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    I have this product but have not tried it. So you don't put any kind of stabilizer under the piece and then just hoop it like normal? I believe it is supposed to wash out, but does it wrinkle up after being washed?

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    I buy it at Amazon because I have Prime. I see it in a lot of LQS and craft stores. I don't use anything but this, no paper stabilizer. I sprayed it on like starch. I washed the above in a load of laundry and dried it in dryer. All the stiffness came out. I pressed it using a teflon pressing sheet over the embroidery. I used cotton fabric and poly thread. The fabric was prewashed before I embroidered. I"m trying different fabrics.
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    I am liking this more and more.

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    Oh that looks great! I'm going to have to try it. Thank you so much!

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    OnebyOne, I am curious where you first were introduced to this product? What made you try it? What do you like best about the spray and the process?
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    Here's a great and very informative review of the product. Sounds like a winner!
    http://www.crafttestdummies.com/prod...-terial-magic/
    http://s1248.photobucket.com/albums/hh485/KitsieH/
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    I use it for REALLY picky piecing (like a Texas Star) and for needle turn applique. But it is really great if you are using an electric cutting machine for applique pieces (such as the Brother Scan & Cut). Terial Magic goes a long way; can be used as a spray, brushed, or soaked(not large sections). It is a little spendy, but definitely worth every penny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaK View Post
    OnebyOne, I am curious where you first were introduced to this product? What made you try it? What do you like best about the spray and the process?
    Kirsten
    The machine embroiders at my guild uses it and their embroidery always looks great. My first post about it is here:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/general...s-t287583.html

    It was moved from Main to Chit Chat.

    My sew group members all said I had to use paper stabilizers. They don't do much machine embroidery like the guild members do.
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    I saw this on product another site a couple of days ago. I am itching to try it!! Your letters turned out great.

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    I bought this at a quilt show in September. Have yet to try it. Seeing your results has made me want to try it. When my machine gets back from the "factory hospital" I will give it a try. The factory has had it three weeks, so hopefully it will be soon!
    Sophie2

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    Our sew n vac has it, they are the reps for Brother, Janome, Babylock, etc. Its good stuff
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