Terial Magic: Your New Favorite Fabric Stabilizer

Terial Magic is a stabilizing spray that makes fabric completely stiff, so you can use it like paper! You can even send it through your printer.

If you're a quilt-til-you-drop kinda sewer, such as myself, stabilizers may not be on your radar. For garment sewists, bag makers and other crafters, stabilizing papers and adhesives are just another tool lining the shelves of their studios. So, my quilters, before hopping into the magic that is Terial Magic, and before giving you the cuuuuutest quilt labels designed by yours truly, let's review a quick Stabilizers 101.

And don't miss the FREE Terial Magic giveaway at the bottom of this post!

What is Fabric Stabilizer?

Not to get sassy with you, but it’s exactly what it sounds like! It’s something you use to stiffen-up your fabric to make it easier to work with, especially when you’re quilting or embroidering tricky designs. Technically, stabilizer is different than interfacing. While interfacing is meant to be permanently added to your fabric project, stabilizers are meant to be removed after sewing.

4 Types of Stabilizer:

  1. Cut-Away. This stabilizer keeps fabric stable while you're sewing, until it becomes of age and you kick it out against its will… with scissors. AKA – you cut it out. Uncle Joey style.
  2. Tear-Away.  A little less clingy than its cut-away sister, tear-away stabilizers can be carefully yanked from their post. Carefully. Some tear-away stabilizers are more cooperative than others.
  3. Heat-Away. If you’re working with delicate fabric and you want to do as little yanking and cutting and washing as possible, you might have tried heat-away. Put this baby in a steam room and watch it crumble under the heat.
  4. Wash-Away. If you’re working with washable fabrics and you’re not a big pyro (some can be flammable), wash-away stabilizers melt when they hit water (similar to the Wicked Witch of the West… I’ll get you my pretty!)

Speaking of washable stabilizers...have you met my new friend Terial Magic? It's a unique liquid stabilizer that transforms any kind of fabric into stable, paper-like material. Wait, let me stop you right there before you ask, "Can I use it on [insert every type of fabric ever made]?"

Cause honestly I'm not sure. I can personally tell you that it works great on cotton, jersey, linen, denim, and chambray. Does it work on silk? I haven't tried it. My guess is yes, but like I always say – test, test, TEST!

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FYI, this post is sponsored by Terial Magic, but I assure you that I only partner with companies I like and trust.

Terial Magic Stabilizing Spray and free downloadable sewing labels

My Terial Magic MAGIC!

I have so many different ideas for using this spray (and you'll be seeing them pop up around here in the next couple months), but right away I wanted to make some custom quilt labels. You see, the week before I needed to ship two quilts to QuiltCon for exhibit, I got my first bottle of Terial Magic. (Read more about creative quilt labels here, including instructions on how to use freezer paper...which I am never going to use again...read below to see why.)

My typical routine before sending quilts to a show is:

  • Always wait until the very last minute to print my quilt labels.
  • Spend 10 minutes creating a perfect 8 1/2" x 11 freezer-paper-fabric situation.
  • Run around the house yelling at my printer for eating up the freezer-paper-fabric situation I have been cramming into it for 30 minutes.
  • Open a bottle of wine.
  • Make at least two more fabric-freezer-paper-fabric situations so I can try once again to print my labels after the first one was ground into a pulp. First by my printer and then by my fist.
  • Force my husband to sweet talk our printer into printing JUST ONE, PLEASE LITTLE PRINTER, JUST ONE label.
  • Crawl into bed clutching my hard earned printed bits of fabric two hours later.

Guys, you wanna know my routine now that I own some T-Magic??

  • Always wait until the very last minute to print my labels.
  • Spray T-Magic on some scrap fabric.
  • Wait 10 minutes for it to dry a bit.
  • Iron it.
  • Trim it.
  • Send it through my printer.
  • Celebrate my amazing success at printing a custom label.
  • Open a bottle of wine.

I can't believe I'm actually going to put this in writing, but printing quilt labels just got FUN!

EDIT: After originally posting this I got a lot of questions about whether or not the ink from your printer will fade. I personally haven't washed any of my labels yet, so I can't tell you for sure. My guess is that it has a lot to do with the kind of ink in your printer. If you don't want to risk fading, there is a chemical you can buy that will set the ink into your fabric to prevent fading. Again, I haven't tried this, but it sounds like a great solution.

I've also just gotten another tip from a reader – if you soak your fabric in vinegar, then rinse with water, and finish with ironing, the ink sets really well.

I think you should test a few different things and report back with what works for you!


7 Fun FREE Sewing Labels

7 Free Downloadable Quilt Labels you can print at home

Now that printing and making your own sewing labels is mega easy and oh so fun, I made 7 different labels for your fabric stabilizing enjoyment! To print these, use Terial Magic and:

  1. Spray your fabric until it is soaked through.
  2. Dry it until it's damp.
  3. Iron it flat.
  4. Trim it to 8 1/2" x 11 (standard for printers in the USA).
  5. Treat this stabilized fabric like card stock. For my printer, I needed to load it in the back tray.
  6. Print!
Print this free quilt label at home

You can use these labels on your quilts, as patches on a jean jacket, as cute additions to a collared shirt, fabric cards for friends, or maybe even as bunting to hang in your sewing room! Whatever makes you happy!

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Print at Home free Quilt Label
Download these free print at home sewing labels. They are cute, modern, and with Terial Arts spray, so easy to print on your home printer

One quick note about using these as labels – once you wash them, the fabric looses its magic – meaning it's soft and can fray again. I kinda forgot about this little fact when I sewed the "Handmade for you with love" label. In retrospect, I should have hemmed the sides so that it won't fray once it's washed. Second solution – never wash your quilt! 😉

You could also do some needle-turn appliqué and sew one like a patch on your next quilt!

free downloadable sewing label

Terial Magic Giveaway!

10 lucky winners are getting a bottle of Terial Magic! To enter the giveaway:

  1. Go to the Terial Magic blog.
  2. Find an interesting project you'd like to make or that has inspired you.
  3. Tell me about it in the comments!

The 10 winners will be announced 1 week from now on April 5.

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240 thoughts on “Terial Magic: Your New Favorite Fabric Stabilizer

    • Janet says:

      The strip piecing looks very interesting. I wonder if this product will eliminate the “curve” effect that can happen even if I alternate strip direction when sewing. THAT would be fabulous

  1. Lauren Dalton says:

    Fabric postcards all the way!!! 🙌🏻 I’ve always wanted to create little somethings that I can send out when I’m thinking of someone

  2. Emily says:

    This stuff sounds like magic! I like to decorate seasonally and for parties with banners, so I really like the fabric pennant banner project. 😊

  3. Allison says:

    I’m definitely going to get me some of this- what a time saver! I like the baby onesie fabric printing idea a lot but also my cousin has asked me to make a specific appliqué quilt which I have not done before. Will probably come in handy!

  4. Susan says:

    Wow I must have been looking for Terial Magic all my life! My students will love it…7th & 8th graders. They’re excited about cutting any geometric shape of fabric for their quilt art!!

  5. sharon says:

    I like the hexagon tutorial — I am making the brimfield awakening epp — this would be magic and save sooo much time

  6. Kristen says:

    I would love to try this out on the quilt I’m working on for my mom! I’m excited to use a really special label for her and this would be super helpful.

  7. Beth G. says:

    This stuff sounds amazing! While I’m really interested in it for labels, because … SERIOUSLY … I’ve got 2 baby quilts here I haven’t gifted because – LABELS … the pennant project looks cute too! Time to get something done!

  8. Jess shelton says:

    This would be so helpful with EPP! It’s been something I have wanted to try but working with little pieces of flimsy fabric scares me!

  9. cathyloh2o says:

    I would use it for labels. I always have trouble getting my freezer paper through the printer. I waste a lot of fabric that way. This seems like the perfect answer!

  10. kellie 🙋🏼‍♀️ says:

    would love to try this spray out!! love all the ideas on the blog & would definitely try it when making little spool decorations for my featherweight 😊💓👍🏼

  11. Barbara says:

    Suzy,
    So many different applications for the Terial Magic . . .the fabric postcards look like fun. Also, the pennant banners could be made with unique fabrics for each of the holidays from Easter to Thanksgiving. It just looks like you are only limited by your imagination. So much fun!!

  12. Emily says:

    Ohmygosh ohmygosh! Is this really the answer to all my label making (or lack there of) woes??? I have a product called bubble jet, but the process involves soaking and something else over a longer than I have patience for time period, so I haven’t tried! How does the actual text hold up over many washes? Like a quilt that is used? A pennant banner from heir blognis definitely in my future!

  13. Ashley says:

    I really love the tote bag project for customizing! Wanting to do this but printing on fabric has not been a thought. Also label printing is on my radar now!

  14. Hilary says:

    This stuff sounds crazy! I’ve always wanted to toy with using fabric for origami, and this just might make it happen. If folding flowers doesn’t work, those fabric orchids on the blog would be a beautiful project for spring!

  15. Lenore says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a memorial t-shirt quilt. After reading that knits treated with stabilizer may be easily sewn, I finally understand how I can do it.

  16. Alanna says:

    I was definitely inspired by the improvisational strip quilt without a pattern. I can see how the spray helps when cutting on the bias. I’d also probably try EPP with this too. Can’t wait to try it!

  17. Jess B says:

    Oh my gosh, I’m dying to try this stuff! Never heard of it before! While perusing the blog, the fabric flowers for your hair caught my eye and look adorable. I can already see myself making these in all different colors for all the little girls I know!!

  18. Baylie says:

    I love the pennant banner! I was planning to make one anyway, but the Terial Magic will make it SO MUCH easier! Thanks Suzi!

  19. Amanda says:

    My girls would LOVE to make the flowers on their blog!! An quilt labels—seriously, your timing is always perfect! I was just researching them, so this was the perfect post to stumble across today!

  20. Spring says:

    Fabric flower cards, printing on a onesie, fabric pennants, etc…??!!! It all sounds awesome. I honestly want to try the printable fabric labels the most. However, if I had some of this magic stuff I could get crafting crazy! Fingers crossed for this win!

  21. Ashley says:

    “Force my husband….” yaassss this is me. For better or worse right?! It’s like they have magical powers and can make all the things work! He loves when I wait until the last minute, even though he may not know it.

  22. Somer says:

    Oh my gosh! I’m making a Frieda Khalo quilt and I’ve been looking for something perfect, and I could print out a square of one of the animals she loved and throw it in. Otherwise that bunting looks awesome

  23. Janet says:

    Fabric postcards sound like a great project! Terial Magic sounds great for labels and using coordinating fabric. Thanks Suzy!

  24. Marissa says:

    I ❤️ that Quilter for Life logo…now if only PatchworkThreads would do another run of that tee…in navy…pretty, pretty, please!!!!

  25. Alana Hawker says:

    Fabric postcards, sewing with lace, and pennants are what sticks out to me, i want to do all these things but they scare me… it seems like it would be a lot easier with Terial Magic!

  26. Sara says:

    I need that hexi curtain! I sew in my garage and it would be perfect for the clear window in our side garage door that always creeps me out while I sew at night 😂

  27. Jenny says:

    I’d love to make the pennant banner. I have another homemade one and it’s just not great. This technique would make a way better banner.

  28. Cassie says:

    I love the fabric flowers for your hair! My daughter would love them, too – I’m thinking matching ones for us would be adorable 🙂

  29. Elle Irby says:

    Sounds like a great product! I’d love to try it for label printing, but I also liked the ideas they had about using it for strip piecing and to personalize clothes. Sounds like a really heavy starch in some ways, so that would be awesome for bag-making, too.

  30. Dita says:

    The banners on their blog are really cute! Haha and I find that wine seems to be the common thread here, no matter the situation 😉

  31. Diane says:

    This sounds like a great product. I will be making a t-shirt quilt soon and would love to try this on the jersey t-shirts. I’d also like to make some printed quilt labels. Thanks!

  32. Emily says:

    I really want to try some of that reverse appliqué on knits! Been wanting to do Alabama Chanin stuff for years… this spray would make the process extra fun!

  33. Angela H says:

    I love the pillowcase project. My throw pillows have definitely better days, but they are so expensive to replace! I need to stop the random, impulsive projects and conquer these adorable pillows! Oh and your labels! I am making a quilt for my best friend as a surprise and one of your labels would be the perfect addition.

  34. #1 Fan Tiffany :p says:

    There are actually several projects I’d like to make/learn about including printing on onesies, reverse appliqué on knit, printing on fabric, and the quilt pattern to celebrate love since I have several friends getting married soon.
    I’m also new to the wonders of starch and would love an opportunity to try Terial Magic

  35. Nicole K. says:

    I would absolutely love to make fabric postcards! And quilt labels—your saga with freezer paper sounds exactly like mine every. single. time. !!!

  36. Leslie says:

    Oh my goodness! This looks like a serious game changer! That banner will be adorable to wish my 2 year old grandson a Happy Birthday!

  37. Andrea says:

    I love the idea for the pennant banner! A nice improvement over flimsy fabric banners that don’t deliver the visual punch.

  38. Jacqueline says:

    I would Love to try the Teria Magic Thread Painting! That looks really intriguing & challenging for me! Something different than I have tried before1

  39. Holly says:

    Omgoodness I LOVE the printing on fabric with this glorious product! I can’t wait to try it! Ive been looking for a way to add a personalized touch to my quilts and thus has inspired me to try a new way! 🙂

  40. Sara says:

    The DIY reusable fabric party decor is speaking to me as I am currently planning my daughters first birthday and would love to do some handmade/diy decorations for it.

  41. Windy Stroud says:

    Would absolutely use for quilt labels , just a bit confused?? Does this product help set the ink?? I’ve done some printing on fabric only to have lost all the image once washed.. If the ink stays I will for sure be trying this! So many cute ideas love the post cards!

  42. Jill says:

    I love the accordion faux fruit! And so many other uses for Terial Magic… Thanks for pointing it out. Wonder if it’s available in Canada yet?

  43. Shannon says:

    That printed pennant banner looks fun! I have a question about ink-jet labels for quilts. How sturdy is the ink jet ink through washings? I’d love to make my own labels, but would hate it if the ink faded after just a few washings.

  44. e.devereaux says:

    Suzy, what if you cut your 8-1/2″ x 11″ fabric on the bias before you stabilize and print it? Would that prevent fraying?

  45. Renee says:

    Where do I begin. So many options for this “magical” solution. I love the idea of making my own labels and with my daughters birthday just around the corner; the fabric pennant is just perfect!

  46. Theresa Hill says:

    Loving thw fabric postcards. U have a LOT of fabrics & ideas that would be PERFECT fir thus plus I get ti inexpensively let friends & familt know I’m thinking of them!

  47. Sarah says:

    Ohhh, I love orchids so I’d have to try that fabric orchid project. So neat! I’ve never heard of this stuff and definitely need to check it out.

  48. andrea says:

    i would use that magic doing their machine reverse applique. I love the look of reverse applique but i do it all by hand. I am intrigued by the idea of doing it by machine.

  49. Nadine Bergin says:

    I did not realize there were so many things you can create with this product. I plan to make quilt labels and can hardly wait to make a pennant banner.

  50. Gale Betterly says:

    The strip piece quilting will probably be my first, but those postcards have given me some ideas for some special fabrics I’ve been saving.

  51. Susan Arbogast says:

    I NEED to make the sewing machine cover. My current “sewing room” is the kitchen and I would love for it to be cute!

  52. Sandra Richardson says:

    I am so excited about trying Terial!! The postcards and dragonfly just blew me away..and so many more. Terial is something I would love to try!!!

  53. Jeanne A Lobsinger says:

    I bought some and can’t wait to try it. You are so funny and I am just like you in the first label making example. Thanks for this post!

  54. Brooke says:

    This looks like the right stuff I need! I am totally into printing on fabric in the project with onesies since I have a little one on the way this summer and I NEED to make cute onsies, bibs, etc! I use tear away stabilizers for my embroidery machine but being able to print on the fabric is a dream. 🙂

  55. Christen says:

    I’m totally an EPP fan. I heart the paper piecing method. I would love to be able to see what adding the fabric stabilizer to that process would do? – But then there is also the fabric flower/orchids that are enticing…. My mind is going about a mile a minute with possibilities. I’m glad I clicked over on the terial blog today! Inspiration overload! 😀 woohoo! Thank you Suzy!

  56. Barb says:

    Those party banners and tassels have fun possibilities! And if course a nice quilt label to replace my Sharpie on muslin technique will def up my game😃

  57. Christi says:

    What a fantastic product! I am thinking of banners and onesies. It would be great for appliqueing on onesies and keeping them soft. Other stabilizers can be too scratchy for an infants clothes.

  58. shannon miller says:

    It’s hard to pick only one! I’m already planning some things from the ideas on the blog from the fabric postcards, I really like how they used it with lace, made me want to use it in a collage …I’m thinking about buntings now and my daughter would have so much fun with the flowers and rosettes. What a great product! I’m so glad you told us about it!!

  59. Kathy says:

    I can use this on T-Shirts!?! My pillow making to match T-shirt quilts just got a whole lot more exciting!! Thanks so much!

  60. Wanda Hardee says:

    Stripped pieced quilt without a pattern. I love the way this quilt looks. I usually don’t use patterns anyway, but I want to make a quilt like this one. I love the colors.

  61. Ali says:

    I’d love to make some fabric banners – was going to do it but was wondering how to keep them stiffer and not so limp on the line!! Thanks for the label making idea – really nice! I wanted my own labels but they are expensive to custom order!!

  62. Rhonda H. says:

    I have been working on a lot of triangles and diamonds lately and realized sizing is my friend. BUT I am always willing to try new and better things. This stuff looks amazing and the thought of being able to print custom labels on real fabric sent my brain into overload. I absorbed all your information on labels as well as what was on the Terial Magic blog. Then the dragonfly and the tee-shirt quilts….oh my!

  63. Kay Thompson says:

    That’s a tough one!! Several really caught my eye…but the one I’d like to do is the Reverse Applique Sewing Machine Cover & Sewing Organizer, for my serger. The table I keep my serger on has the dials right at the eye level of my 2 year old granddude. Yep…he tries to sneak in my studio after his nap and ‘play’!

  64. Janice Mockmore says:

    This looks like a really great product. I want to try it for quilt labels first but I can see lots of uses for it.

  65. MARY R CORTEZ says:

    Sounds like an awesome product. Love all the ideas on their blog and think one thing I would like to try is using it for stabilizer when I make a tshirt quilt.

  66. Liz says:

    Your label experiences with freezer paper cracked me up! You are hilarious. There are lots of projects to try, but I gotta say printing labels will be my first try with the Terial Magic. Not more freezer paper for me!

  67. Linda says:

    So excited to try Teriel Magic for the fabric orchids. I am making a diaper cake for my soon to arrive grand daughter and the fabric flowers will be perfect for the finishing touches!

  68. Rosemary says:

    SO many choices, so little time! I have a new granddaughter who turns one at the end of April. I’m waiting for her hair to grow out so I can make some fancy barrettes with flowers, like the ones on the blog.

  69. Angela J Short says:

    I like the fabric flowers for hair and the working with lace projects. Cool stuff. Have a great day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  70. Lorene says:

    I have gathered several patterns for a customized tote bag and would love to personalize it. I also love the gift bag option – what fun!

  71. Jean Cherep says:

    English Paper Piecing is a skill that is next on my list to learn. Also more quilt as you go. I think that some Terial Magic would be a good thing to have!!!!! Thanks!!!!!

  72. karen s says:

    I think I’d start with some fabric postcards! (Psst–have you seen Mr. Domestic’s Origami Fabric Pyramid Wall Art with Terial?)

  73. Erica says:

    Omg, this stuff looks so amazing!! I would definitely make the party decor, could even be cute year long in my sewing room!!

  74. Pam Gimnich says:

    I don’t see a project on the blog, but I make quilts for the Army National Guard Units that my son is over for the spouse when there is a loss or retirement. I make flag quilts that have appliqued stars on the blue background. Will it work for that and does it wash out so it is not stiff like iron on stabilizer?

  75. Wanda Humphrey says:

    The Keepsake postcard fabrics is something that I would love to try. Since I have traveled and lived overseas for many years I have lots of postcards that I have collected. They would make lovely purses for the family or a wonderful quilt for my sweet Granddaughter.

  76. Marissa Boerger says:

    I am inspired to make the fabric postcards! Who doesn’t love receiving something special in the mail, especially since it’s a dying art. Thank you for hosting a giveaway!

  77. Desiree Campbell says:

    I’m halfway through an EPP hexi quilt–Terial would have made it so much faster! I’ll use it for my next one!

  78. Janey Cook says:

    I love Terial Magic for a Sue Garman quilt I am making with reverse applique. It has lightened my work load considerably. I want to try the hexie curtain next. Wow! Love the stuff so much!!!

  79. Jennifer says:

    Loved the article on personalizing a onesie! I always enjoy when the things that can go wrong are shared so that you can avoid making the same errors.

  80. Staci Torgerson says:

    I found the Reverse Applique Sewing Machine Cover and Sewing Organizer interesting as I’ve been wanting to try one of Alison Glass’s reverse applique patterns. I’m excited to try Terial Magic!

  81. Jacqueline says:

    I’d make the strip pieced Quilt without a pattern. I like impovey type projects and things I don’t have to think about too much once in a while.😊

  82. Auntiepatch says:

    I’ve never heard about this but I like it! I would like to try it by making the How to Make a Fabric Flower Card for Mom. Looks interesting!

  83. Amber Jordyn says:

    I love the idea of printing my own onesies since all my friends are having babies and I would always rather a customized gift. Really excited to try this product and make my own labels. I’ll be so fancy.

  84. edel duffy says:

    I would love to win tarial magic and try out both the machine cover and labels for my quilts. But first I have to work on a brides and her 3 bridesmaids dresses in the next 4 weeks to work my own magic first and then ill be ready to get back to my quilting.

  85. Penelope says:

    Love the sewing machine cover and organizer. So practical and pretty, and their tutorial is great with lots of pictures!

  86. Becky Brink says:

    The butterflies and poppies are so cool. I am on the Fine Arts Committee for my church and we love to hang stuff from up above. These butterflies would be so cool during Eastertide. I love this and the orchid postcards! Both are awesome!

  87. Denise says:

    I would love to make a new reversible sewing machine cover. My current one looks soooo dated. But then so is my everyday machine from the 70’s. An Elna SU that I wouldn’t trade for anything.

  88. Kathy says:

    Your labels inspired me! I’ve never had any luck using freezer paper and even destroyed a printed trying to get the mess out. This sounds like a wonderful solution. (I also loved the “A Quilt Pattern to Celebrate Love”)

  89. Jude says:

    Terial Magic sounds like it has so MANY applications. Looking at the blog, the pendant banner has me fascinated. Think of all the fun banners you could make for kids’ parties, holidays, gatherings. Right now I embroider all my quilt labels. We have a laser printer. I think you need an ink jet printer to print on fabric. But to print a label “at the last minute” would be great. Would enjoy trying this product and, if I don’t win, where could I purchase it?

  90. Charlotte Brown says:

    Quilt labels, onesies, postcards, fabric flowers, strip pieced quilt or maybe I’ll just try one of each project.

  91. Manoella says:

    Suzy, I just love finding one of your e-mails during my lunch break at work. It takes me away from all the stress!
    I would use Terial to customize fabric and make my own tote bags! Some inspiring quotes with my own handwriting over gorgeous solid fabrics!

  92. Michele T says:

    I would love to make a birthday pennant banner and I’d like to try those quilt labels in your post… they would add a special touch.

  93. Tracy Cotter says:

    I like the fabric banners and would love to make some to string across the wall in my son’s room. Monster fabric. In green. The 5yr old knows what he wants!

  94. Leanne Newman says:

    I would try to make the geometric pillow… I don’t know why but I’m really wanting to try to make some pillow covers. I’ve been saving (hoarding, whatever) T-Shirts for like 6 years now and this would make a great project for them!!

  95. June says:

    Of all the exciting projects, the minute I saw the fabric flowers I knew that my four great-granddaughters would love them, so they would be my first choice.

  96. Bunny says:

    I can think of so many ways to use this product. On quilts, garments and especially for anything I will sell. I can put my site or name or email or anything on a special label. Can’t wait to try it.

  97. Tamara Oster says:

    I would like to try making the Keepsake Fabric Postcards. They look like such fun and a special way to brighten someone’s day.

  98. Kim Weierman says:

    Absolutely want this for making quilt labels! Handwriting them is the worst! I would love to make them in one attempt rather than multiple tries.

  99. Thriftyredhead says:

    I love exploring fabric art. I have taken a thread painting class with Monique Kleinhans. I would love to try Terial Magic for thread painting and 3D effects for art quilts. Also the labels have me curious. Thanks for the giveaway.

  100. Kathy Elmore says:

    So I have been looking for something for some pillows I have on my couch and found the geometric pillow case in you blog, I love this pattern and can’t wait to get the fabrics I need for it. Thank you so much.

  101. Rachel Milgroom says:

    Gosh! So hard to choose! Fabric flowers, reverse applique, banners, they all look so fun to make! Thanks for the info about Terial Magic!

  102. Diane Beavers says:

    Fabric Labels for quilts, projects. Woow I can do that:) Thank you both for all the tips and I’ve just got to try Terial Majic!

  103. Mary Lindberg says:

    Wow- I found one idea right away and then I made a common mistake: “I Kept Looking”. Now I have to choose. I am an avid EPP’er so I’m going with the EPP curtain. This is a whole new process for me but still hand sewing, which I love. Thanks for another great find, Suzy!

  104. Theresa says:

    Besides the quilt labels (very slick, btw!), I’d like to give the pop up flower card a try. Very nice! Thanks for the chance.

  105. Caitlin says:

    I love the fabric flower card for mom on the terial blog! My mom is a huge gardner and that would be a great Mother’s day card.

  106. Charlene Glover says:

    How to Print on Fabric to Customize a Onesie is what I’ve been looking for! I bought some onesies yesterday and have been searching for the perfect tutorial 😊 This spray looks amazing, would love to win!

  107. Nancy says:

    I’ve seen a quilt shop use this stuff in order to cut out all the pieces of their quilt (Farmers Wife) using a Cameo machine. My goals aren’t so lofty -I’ll make fabric postcards. It’ll be easier to sew through than a bunch of stiff interfacing. Thanks!

  108. Peggy Dyer says:

    Finally a way for me to make a quilt label in an easy way without spending an arm and a leg to have printed or…spending oodles of time. Thank you, thank you for this information so my quilts will finally get the labels they deserve.

  109. Barbara says:

    Ok, labels are always an issue, agreed, but there are several posts I want to read and learn about this product. Would be fun to use in card making too, I think. Thanks for the post.

  110. Shannon Hahn says:

    Fabric postcards all the way!! I love getting snail mail and these would be so nice to send for birthdays! I also like the idea of fabric orchids because I love gardening but kill everything I bring into my house. Seriously, I killed a cactus once. Fabric plants to the rescue!

  111. Angela Bowling says:

    I think the labels sound especially great. I have never used quilt labels or washing labels and being able to print the information onto fabric treated with Terial Magic sounds like such an inventive way to do it. I can’t wait to get some Terial Magic to try.

  112. Kat says:

    I definitely have this on my list to try. I have some lovely silk I’d like to make Iceland poppies with, easy quilt labels would be lovely, and I’d like to try my hand at tri-axial weaving like with Mister Domestic’s project using the Wefty Needle.

  113. Wasp54 says:

    I would really love to try this product on an applique quilt and post card and labels and flowers and the list could go on and on. Printing on cloth has been a dream of mine for ages – this is the 1st product that has given me hopes of doing this with good results.

  114. Jane Unger says:

    GIANT petals for fabric flowers inspired by the tiny orchids project. How long have I been looking for ways to stiffen giant fabric petals? Weeks. Why do I need to stiffen giant fabric flower petals? To make a hanging lamp shade flower out of brightly colored fabrics for a store display: Chihuly glass sculpture meets bold blossom = my next project. I might be an overconfident beginner but it looks crazy great in my imagination. Plus, I practiced saying “fray-free” three times super fast while writing this comment.

  115. Stephanie says:

    One of my goals this year is to send cards, letters and postcards to family members and friends, most of whom are far from where I live. Those fabric postcards would be perfect, especially for the quilters and sewers! And hey, why not start a fabric postcard exchange with our quilty friends – we could then create a quilt from all the postcards we receive! Terial Magic looks like a fun ‘tool’ to have in my creative tool belt.

  116. Angela Bowling says:

    I have always wanted to try some pennant banners. This Terial Magic looks like it might make them easier to print.

  117. amy dame says:

    this is so cool! i’d love to play around with printing on fabric like you have for your labels, but i’m also really intrigued by the fabric postcards, the strip pieced mini quilt, and the EPP curtain. it looks like it can be used for SO MANY things!

  118. Karen says:

    The magic flowers and butterflies. They are gorgeous on the mannequin.
    I have so many things I could do with this spray.

  119. Rita says:

    I really like the DIY Fabric Accordion Faux Fruit Centerpiece tutorial. I’m thinking of adapting them to make holiday tree ornaments. ^_^

  120. P.J. Miller says:

    Hmm, where to start? The postcards? the orchids? the sewing machine cover (wait a minute… I never cover my machine because I use it all.the.time)? the labels! that’s it!

  121. Peggy Otten says:

    I am inspired to make the butterflies made from jeans and cotton fabric. My daughter’s bedroom has trees painted on the walls and those butterflies would make the trees cone alive and pop off the walls.

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