Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Day 9 of 30 Day Giveaway Featuring Texture Magic

IHAN's 30 Days of Giveaways
Anniversary Celebration Day 9


 

If you have never used Texture Magic before you are in for real surprise.  I can't think of a more appropriate product to follow the V100 Digital Velocity Iron (aka Steamy McDreamy) than Texture Magic!!!


Look at this beautiful journal cover made by Bridget Wiseman that is being shown on Mother Superior's Blog.  I think it absolutely beautiful.  I want to open my bag and pull out a notebook that looks this beautiful, don't you?

Texture Magic gives any fabric project added dimension and texture.  All you have to do is put Texture Magic on the wrong side of your fabric and stitch it down.  You can have some fun with how you stitch it down because that will make a difference in how it turns out.  Once it is stitched down....you steam it.  Did someone say steam?  If you are the lucky winner of the V100 Iron....you'll have absolutely no problem with this one :)  The Texture Magic shrinks up and so does the fabric.  You get a really cool texture that can be used in clothing, quilts, stuffed animals, home decor....the sky is the limit.  (It can be used on Silks-oh boy....and we're giving away silk too!!!)


Watch Patsy Thompson's tutorial here....this video shows you just how to use Texture Magic.  There are two more videos of Patsy working with Texture Magic.  They are on Superior Threads website and you can click here to view them.

Speaking of Superior Threads website, you may want to spend some time there looking at all the incredible information they have on their site.  Bob Purcell offers a  "School of Threadology"  and there are Reference guides, a  Gallery, and an Eduction Index that covers information about bobbins and needles etc.  There is so much more to see so you might want to sign up for their Newsletter so you can on top of all the news.

"Patterns by Annie" offers several patterns that use Texture Magic.  We will be giving away one of Annie's Patterns along with a package of Texture Magic in a future post....stay tuned:)

Do you want to know how you can have a package of Texture Magic sent to the address of your choice?  All you need to do is leave a comment below sharing with us what project you have that could be enhanced using Texture Magic.

For extra entries, please send photos of projects you have made with Texture Magic to IWantToWinAtIHAN@yahoo.com
Smiles,
Kelly
Last but not least- I want to remind everyone that they can enter all of the giveaways because they don't close until April 15, 2010 at 10:00pm CMT.  If you would like to increase your chances of winning please read SewCalGal's Tips.  Please consider taking a button (copy and paste) from the upper right hand corner of my blog to post on your blog and link to it.  I want everyone to have an opportunity to win these beautiful gifts. 

105 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to try Texture Magic, and I love making bags, so that is what I would use it on if I got my hands on a package of it! Thanks for the chance at another great prize!

    MGM

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  2. I have been wanting to try texture magic! I have seen some pretty patterns for throw pillows that use this.

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  3. Este es un producto que no conozco, por aqui es rearo encontrar estas maravillas. Incluyeme en este regalo, gracias

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  4. That is amazing stuff and that journal cover is gorgeous.

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  5. I think it would be great for a wall hanging or in a textured vest. Nive to add some depth to a project. These give aways are great just for the information you include on the products. Thanks even if we do not win, we are learning some new tricks! Sharonj.

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  6. I would love to try Texture Magic on a quilted stuffed toy. I think it would add so much interest and personality.

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  7. I have been wanting to try out Texture Magic for a while. I have the perfect project for it that involves using hand-dyed fabrics in close gradation creating a sort of landscape with the changes in texture being the focus of interest.

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  8. Please count me in, I have always wanted to try texture magic!!

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  9. I would love to try the texture magic on a wall hanging that has flowers. I think it would make them stand out and make them look real. Maybe a table runner for my sister for Spring.

    Rosemary

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  10. that is very cool! I had never heard of this product before. It looks like so much fun when you get to the steaming part! Kind of like when I made those little sundresses for my daughter made with elastic thread.

    I could use the texture magic in my upcoming guilds "seasons" challenge quilt

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  11. I have seen texture magic and not quite worked up my courage yet--but there are so many great ideas out there--bags, dresses, accessories...I have several I would like to see made up. Thanks for the chance.

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  12. Hi Kelly,
    I have seen projects using texture magic. The fabric has a whole different feel to it. It is great. Also want to let you know I left a post on the seven day post because I was not able to post to that particular post. Why I don't know
    Elaine

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  13. I would like to try it out on the side of a quilted handbag!

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  14. I've seen a bag/purse made with Texture magic and it was adorable. I'd love to get my hands on some of it. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  15. I have been looking for Texture Magic in area quilt shops but no one has it yet. I wanted to use some for a bag....I am hoping it catches on around here and someone starts handling it.

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  16. oooo...what FUN! I watched all 3 videos. I'd be tempted to see how this would work used in the foundation of my "crinkle" quilting for art pieces.

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  17. Wouldn't that be great to use with appliques! I want to win!!!

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  18. I have heard about this product.. but have never seen or used it... I will keep everything crossed that I win... Thank you....
    Cath's Blog

    Cath Ü

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  19. Kelly I would love to try this especially on a bag. Would love the chance to win.

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  20. I want to do a flower wall hanging for spring for my door. This could give nice texture to the flowers.

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  21. I have plans for pillows for my garden-chairs that would definetly be improved by use of this MAGIC...

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  22. I want to make a spring wall hanging for my door with flowers on it. Texture magic could give some nice texture to the flowers.

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  23. Wow - this stuff looks like fun! I think pretty much anything I'd make for my girls would be enhanced by Texture Magic

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  24. I have seen this product on a quilting show but forgot all about it, now I will have to go on a search for it.

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  25. Perfect follow-on to McSteamy! LOL.

    I am looking forward to playing with Texture Magic as I have a new, new, new pattern with cheerful flowers that just scream for Texture Magic. Can't wait to make it! Texture magic will make these flowers stand up and shout spring (and summer too).

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  26. Oh, I definitely want to try the texture magic on a decorative pillow and on a journal cover. Hmmmm.......such fun. I hope I win the iron to go with it. Ha ha...otherwise I just might have to buy a steam iron.

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  27. I have not used texture magic but find it to be very interesting....

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  28. hmmm lovely looking stuff, would love to try it out on a little bitty project bag!!

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  29. I love Texture Magic! It's so cool! I tried it once, but would love to make a bag for myself.

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  30. I have a baby quilt I'd like to try this on. I think the baby would love the different texture!

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  31. Pick me, Pick me...hands in air, I gotta try some texture magic! Oh I can only dream of the beautiful art projects I could make...I have a notion this is some really great stuff! Thank you friend for the opportunity to win and for my order, you really saved me for my class. Sending your payment tomorrow:) It's great to have you! Hugs, Jenna Louise

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  32. Oh I want to make a quilt for my little girl and love the flowers on the front of that journal cover.

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  33. The pineapple wall hanging I made would have looked great it I had know about Texture Magic at the time and used it for the pineapple.

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  34. Oooh Kelly, Texture Magic looks like so much fun to play with....I'm sure I could put it to many uses. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Hugs Naomi

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  35. I'd like to try it on a wall hanging or a bag. Looks like a lot of fun to work with.

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  36. I have seen this stuff and it looks sew fun! I hope I win.
    www.sewmanythingstosay.blogspot.com

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  37. I have never used this product but sure like what others have done with it. Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  38. i love making bags so i'd love to try using this on my next project
    gill

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  39. I would love totry texture Magis on my crazy Quilts. That Im am learning to do. Thank you Karol

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  40. Quilt Dad sent me over and I'm glad he did! I have a pillow project just begging for some texture!

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  41. I bought some texture magic to try in a doll quilt...and then it disappeared somewhere in my piles of stuff... boo! Still want to try it though, hoping I can find it again!

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  42. I haven't got a specific project in mind for this, but you can be sure that if I won it, I'd find the perfect project for it and put it to good use right away!

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  43. Have been reading about Texture Magic in the Superior newsletters and eager to try it. I would likely do a bag with it.

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  44. I have never personally used Texture Magic BUT I have seen it used and it is VERY VERY fun. It really adds dimension and character to the project you are working on. I watched my friend sew a cellphone cover in less than an hour using TM and it would have absolutely not been the same project result without it. It was fast and fun to watch transform! I think everyone would have a blast using it! I just need to get some..lol

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  45. I've seen this stuff in stores before, but didn't know what to really do with it. It'd be great to have patterns to get an idea of what to do with it. I think the bags are really cool looking!

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  46. I have a baby quilt pattern that I would like to make and it would be a perfect place to use Texture Magic because babies love to learn by feeling different things and it looks SO cute!

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  47. I love to embellish my sewing projects. If I got Texture Magic I would experiment at first, but then I would us it on my daughter's twirly skirt, on a purse I am sewing and on a jean jacket I am embellishing. It looks like fun and is something I am unfamiliar with. Thanks for sharing!

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  48. I LOVE the texture this stuff adds to anything! Hope you are having a great day :)

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  49. I think it would be fun to try this on a dress for my little girl! It seems like it would be a neat way of embellishing a bodice.

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  50. I have heard of Texture Magic. I've wanted to try making a bag and would use Texture Magic for a unique shoulder bag.

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  51. I have heard of Texture Magic. I've wanted to try making a bag and would use Texture Magic for a unique shoulder bag.

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  52. I have wanted to try Texture Magic ever since I saw a pillow made with this technique entered into a contest. I can think of several ways I think it would be fun to use this.

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  53. This looks great!! I would love to try it on a fun, colorful quilt, and your journal/notebook cover idea would be something else I'd like to try!!

    mybusyhands@gmail.com

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  54. How cool! I would love to try it out on a wall hanging or a pillow!

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  55. I think I am going to make a doll quilt. I'll use fabric treated with Texture Magic, and the same untreated fabric together...

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  56. This sure sounds interesting and something I may like to try.

    Thanks to you and the Vice President of East Coast Operations for giving me some IT tips.


    lcloos@epix.net

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  57. This item is something I've been wanting to try but I can't find it in my small town. I'd love to try it for a bag or a wall hanging. It would look cool as grass in a wall hanging or maybe bark on a tree.

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  58. I have seen Texture Magic but never tried it YET! It appears to just about make simple fabric into something awesome! This is definitely on my "TO DO" list.

    Linda in Oklahoma
    http://quiltcookies.blogspot.com

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  59. I've never used Texture Magic and would love to try some. I would use it on one of my bag patterns.

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  60. It would be so much fun to experiment with this in my quilted wall hangings!!

    This looks like fun!

    SheilaC

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  61. I've seen this on a television program...Sewing With Nancy I think. Pillows! Can you imagine the texture it would add to crazy quilting?!

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  62. Where have I been? Very interesting.

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  63. This sounds like something fun to put on a dress for my 2 yr old daughter...maybe an applique or something. Might have to make a matching applique for me!

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  64. I have a sunflower wallhanging kit that this would be perfect for! Textured flowers would really be cool.

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  65. Texture Magic has always intrigued me. I've seen some beautiful things made from this stuff..would love to try it myself.

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  66. I have been tempted to try texture magic. I bet it is addicting!

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  67. I think I would like to try it on a scrapbook cover. pamspinks.blogspot.com

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  68. This is so much fun! It reminds me of Dr. Seuss's book: Oh The Places You Can Go! Meaning, Oh The Things You Can Make with Texture Magic! Please count me in to win!

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  69. Have recently heard about Texture Magic and I would try it for a tote bag.

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  70. I recently took a class on art quilting that I totally could have used this! I need some of this! THanks for the chance to win!

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  71. I have an Easter table topper with one area that looks like grass. I would like to try Texture Magic there to give dimension and give my pretty died eggs some where to nestle until they are eaten.

    chris_quilting at yahoo dot com

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  72. Hi there
    This looks sooooo fun
    What a kick it would to use it on the patchwork jacket that I am in the process of making.
    Cheers
    Catie

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  73. What a wonderful technique. I would love to try Texture Magic and fancy up my applique.

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  74. I heard about this stuff, but haven't had a chance to play with it yet. Would love to win this one to use to make a new bag. Thanks.

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  75. I have seen ads about this product and it seems like a great way of 'rescueing' some project that didn't turn out as expected... O focurse that would only happen to me and nobody else out there. Thank you!

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  76. I would love to try the texture magic on a bag. Thanks!

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  77. I've wanted to try Texture Magic ever since Superior Threads brought it out. I envision something for my 2 year old granddaughter-she loves purses-perhaps a fun purse or tote!

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  78. Well, golly, I'm finding out about a lot of new products to me through this grand give away. Thank you for introducing me to them. If I don't win them, there's some I'll definitely be ordering from you. This starch would be one.

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  79. Oh I could use more of this stuff. I went through my first bottle pretty quick (everything I touched turned textured) I especially like using it for fabric used in my quilts, epsecially if I don't have a huge variety of fabrics.
    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

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  80. I have only seen Texture Magic in projects on the web but I think it would look great in a bag. So, that is what I'll use it for most probably.

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  81. I've never tried this but I'd love to use this to make a bridal purse for my daughter's wedding. I think the texture on white silk would be lovely.

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  82. Oh, I'd love to try this! This looks like so much fun.

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  83. I haven't used this before would love to try it on applique. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  84. I have a good friend who works for Superior threads and she is ALWAYS making the coolest stuff using Texture Magic! I'd love to win some to give it a try since it's kind of expensive to buy.

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  85. I've got some Australian fabrics I bought on vacation that will be made into a market bag that has pockets on both sides. Texture magic would be a great way to add extra dimension to a flat pocket.

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  86. I have wanted to try this for a while. I saw it used on the bodice of a sundress and it was darling!

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  87. I've been looking at the projects people have been making with Texture Magic for over a year now. I've FINALLY come up with something I want to try it on. Can't wait to try it.

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  88. I've never seen Texture Magic before but it sure looks interesting. Would love to try it!

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  89. I just recently saw a large tote bag made with Texture Magic and loved it. That's what I would make. Really unique product!

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  90. At the sewing expo in Pullyuap WA, I saw a little baby dress, booties and a bonnet made using the texture magic and they were adorable. I bought a package to try but wouldnt mind having more

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  91. I have the perfect project---or two or three. Would love to try it! I especially think it would look great to do a textured collar/cowl on an otherwise plain garment.

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  93. The address of my choice would be a mini quilting group that I belong(ed)to. She is wonderful with embellishments and this would be a great gift to her. I say belong because one remains a part of any quilting group that you participate in, but I say belonged because I have moved too far away to participate. Sure do miss that group!

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  94. ooooooh aaaaaaah, I've wanted to try this product since it first came out. It looks so neat! I'm making some wall art right now that I think would look AMAZING with some Texture Magic! *fingers crossed*
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  95. Can use that thread in my quilting - would like to be considered for your give away.

    Robert Kent in northern Iowa - (rjkent at netamumail dot com)

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  96. looks like it would be fun to use in bags, WHs, maybe even a tissue holder, etc..

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  97. I want to use the texture magic on either a jacket or purse or maybe even both.

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  98. I think it would work great to use in a purse or bag.

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  99. I hate to be a copycat, but I'd really like to make a small journal cover for my purse with a lovely textured front.

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  100. I've never heard of texture magic before, but checked out the videos. Since I love texture in my paper projects so much, I know I'll love it in my quilting. I started making little art quilts after I first got my sewing machine. I know they are not real quilts, but they are fun and easy and your don't have to be a good seamstress to make them. This product would make it SO easy to add texture to these little quilts before I add the backing. It looks so easy (a word I live by) to use. I wouldn't have to be a skilled seamstress to use this. It is something that would give great results to my scrap quiltlets with little sewing skills on my part.

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  101. ONe project I NEED to try is using htat stuff in a purse. I've seen it online and so want some of my own...

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  102. I could think of tons of things that i would like to do with Texture Magic.
    Micki

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  103. I haven't tried the texture magic before, but I've read about it, I'm guessing I read about it sewgalcal blog, I'd like to use it with a bag

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  104. Been wanting to play with this stuff. Flower centers, it says to me, made out of layers of all of the loose threads that fray off when I prewash my fabrics.

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