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Thread: Can you use Terial with a Cameo cutter?

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    Can you use Terial with a Cameo cutter?

    I have a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine and know I can use it to cut fabric applique shapes if you use a fusible stabilizer on the fabric. But I'm wondering if you could coat the fabric with Terial and then use it as a needle turn applique shape? Have never used Terial but know others have. Thanks!

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    I've not used it but I've seen demo's and yes you can. I also beleive you can use it in a printer.

    Here's a YouTube demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWuPFwSQfV4
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    I use it for machine embroidery and don't use paper stabilizer.
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    For needle turn, wouldn't you want a soft, flexible edge on the fabric? Terial woul stiffen the fabric, similar to very heavy starch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    For needle turn, wouldn't you want a soft, flexible edge on the fabric? Terial woul stiffen the fabric, similar to very heavy starch.

    It would be very stiff for sure. I would use it for machine applique.
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    hmmm.....could you dampen the edges once it's cut so you could use it for needle turn?

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