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Thread: Anyone used Terial Magic?

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    Anyone used Terial Magic?

    http://www.terialarts.com/products-p.../terial-magic/

    This may be good to use for bias edges.
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    Interesting...hope to hear from someone who's used it...
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    ​Intriguing, sounds like something that would work well for raw edge appliqués.

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    I'll bet it is nothing more exciting than good stiff spray starch...at three times the price

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    I saw a demo for Terial Magic. It is great for making florals. No, I did not make this wallhangoping.
    The florals are not stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KalamaQuilts View Post
    I'll bet it is nothing more exciting than good stiff spray starch...at three times the price

    The price doesn't concern me. This product seems to have potential to be very handy to have on hand. I'll just have to find where to order it.
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    Sandy ... that's a beautiful wall hanging. Where was it shown and who did it? It looks like something to try one of these days.
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    I watched the video. I'm not interested in making the flowers, but I would be interested in how it works for applique, I wish she would have more of a demo on that, I'm concerned that it would make the appliqued pieces too stiff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryMo View Post
    Sandy ... that's a beautiful wall hanging. Where was it shown and who did it? It looks like something to try one of these days.
    I saw this at a booth at Quilt Market-Portland OR. (Trade show).

    Shops can order it through their distributor.

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    I see "art quilts" and wedding florals using Terial Magic. Good info above! Yes, the stems are actually vases to change the flowers with the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
    I see "art quilts" and wedding florals using Terial Magic. Good info above! Yes, the stems are actually vases to change the flowers with the season.

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    Terry will be back in September for the next "trends" show. Guess the powers that be didn't like my last comment on this. Too bad that it is allowed to plug the product but not how help people learn to use it. PM me if interested.. Oh and NO I am NOT affiliated with it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​Intriguing, sounds like something that would work well for raw edge appliqués.
    The description says it washes out...so it wouldn't be a permanent solution to fraying issues...I am still trying to figure out exactly WHAT this product does that spray starch won't?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna13350 View Post
    The description says it washes out...so it wouldn't be a permanent solution to fraying issues...I am still trying to figure out exactly WHAT this product does that spray starch won't?
    It is NOT a spray starch. It it used to mold /form fabric for crafts...florals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
    I saw a demo for Terial Magic. It is great for making florals. No, I did not make this wallhangoping.
    The florals are not stiff.

    Sandy
    This 3D Flower quilt pattern is available at www.terialarts.com. Terial Magic is not starch! Treated fabric has a nice hand (not stiff) that you can easily cut, sew, gather and finger-press AND it makes fabric fray resistant! It is wonderful for applique and raw edge quilting. The flowers and quilt layers are all single ply fabrics that have been treated with Terial Magic. Several quilt pattern makers are now using Terial Magic in their instructions. It is a fairly new product and is just catching on. Check out the website (a new website will launch this next week) which has how to videos, patterns, ideas and a blog. Thanks! Terry

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    Checkers calls it a 'very sturdy spray starch'. I would like to know what's in it chemical wise but couldn't find any details online anywhere.

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    I played with it last night. It really gets stiff! Did not gum up the needle either.
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    After going to the emroidery machines lets chat and I saw where someone used it, I googled it. It says it can act like a stabilzer or heavy spray starch. It also says its good for treating fabric for cutting with electronic cutting machines like my Brother Cut n Scan. A 24 oz bottle is around 15 on Amazon. If you like it, I see where you can buy concentrated in large quanity and refil your bottle. Worth checking out. Amazon also shows similar products like one from Aileen.
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    I have used it for embroidery, especially for redwork designs. It makes the fabric stiff so you don't need to use really heavy tear-away stabilizer. For me it is worth the price, especially since I got it on sale.

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    You can purchase it from their site
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbaltjars62 View Post
    Terry will be back in September for the next "trends" show. Guess the powers that be didn't like my last comment on this. Too bad that it is allowed to plug the product but not how help people learn to use it. PM me if interested.. Oh and NO I am NOT affiliated with it..
    Sent a PM. I am interested in how to learn to use it. Sounds like a great product.
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    I won a bottle of this some months ago on a blog give away. I forgot about having it until I read this post. I tried it on fabric before cutting and I like it.
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    This sounds like something I would like to try. Going to keep an eye out for it.
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