November 17, 2012

Terial Magic

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At the Pioneer Quilt Guild show last weekend in Roseville, my neighbors across the aisle were hosting Terry McFeely, who just launched a brand-new company with a brand-new product, Terial Magic.

“Terial” is derived from “material” and is pronounced the same way, like “tirial.”

Terial Magic is a spray-on product that gives fabric enough body so it’s just about fray-free and you can make single-layer sculptural art with it. Beautiful!

This was my view for the weekend.

Terry says it’s not starch, and she actually came up with it out of need, wanting to make dimensional art from a single layer of fabric. She worked with a chemist to find the right formula and keep it in suspension.

Over on the Terial Arts website, there’s lots more information about the product, plus videos showing you different techniques and how to make gorgeous things.

Thought you might be interested in this trail-blazing gal and her brand-new product.

Until next time,
Kay
By Kay Mackenzie

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Comments

5 Responses to “Terial Magic”

  1. Debbie St.Germain on November 17th, 2012 6:52 pm

    I have a fabric stiffener that i have used for years, but like the idea of a spray, less messy.

    Debbie

  2. Ellen Pearce on November 18th, 2012 9:51 am

    This new product looks like so much fun. I love the idea of making a pretty flower instead of a bow for a present.

  3. Cathy Perlmutter on November 19th, 2012 9:35 am

    I think I need that product! Looks better than Stiffy!

  4. Terry on November 21st, 2012 1:15 pm

    Thank you for the wonderful post Kay! People are trying and loving Terial Magic, I love all the success stories and support. Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. karen on November 25th, 2012 9:03 am

    I really enjoyed meeting you!I purchased one of your books on applique, some soft fuse etc. I am going to use soft fuse on my Baltimore album blocks and misty fuse on my Caswell Quilt and do a comparison. AAAAHHHHH!!!

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