Terial Arts Terial Magic Fabric Spray - 24 oz. Spray Bottle
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- Allows you to play with single ply fabric in a whole new way
- It replaces stabilizers and fusibles for quilters and embroiderers
- Keeps fraying in check for scrapbookers and crafters
- Gives the fabric a firmer hand for holding shapes and folds for all fabric projects
- Suitable for any quilter, sewer, crafter, embroiderer or other DIY'er's toolbox
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Terial magic 24 oz spray bottle allows you to play with single ply fabric in a whole new way. It replaces stabilizers and fusibles for quilters and embroiderers, keeps fraying in check for scrapbookers, crafters and gives the fabric a firmer hand for holding shapes, folds for all fabric projects. It is quickly becoming a household product suitable for any quilter, sewer, crafter, embroiderer or other DIY'er's toolbox. Treat your fabric in 3 simple steps spray, air dry and iron. Terial magic lasts, but is water soluble and can be washed out if desired. Uses include: machine embroidery - use treated fabric instead of fabric layered with fusible or paper stabilizers. Electronic cutting machines can cut treated fabric without any fusible stabilizers- fabric doilies, mass production of shapes for teachers or quilters, scrapbooking. Print on treated fabric in inkjet printers. Fabric origami. Fabric scrapbooking and cards. Wall quilts and applique piecing. Fabric crafts. Fabric gift wrap and gift bags.
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I can't imagine how much people apply to make a printable sheet out of any kind of fabric, but I don't apply very much, I guess. Seems like a lot to me.
Also, I tried ironing after drying, but it made the fabric softer again. I use this to stiffen chiffon/crepe/slipperies before cutting out and then sewing, and I wash after I'm done sewing, so I like it as stiff as possible. Makes cutting out slipperies more precise, and the sewing is easier because the fabric can tolerate being stitched on.
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I also use BestPress, but, when precision is key, I use Terial.Read more