Ginger Snap Crafts: How to Cut Fabric Using Starch {tutorial}

How to Cut Fabric Using Starch {tutorial}

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Faultless/Bon Ami Company for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Good morning! Recently I was introduced to Faultless Starch as well as their new product Faultless Premium Starch. I absolutely LOVE this stuff! Faultless Premium Starch will help keep your clothes looking new, & it will have you always looking your best. Yay! :) It's also good to know that the Faultless Premium bottle doesn't clog, flake or stick! Plus ~ I really love the fresh clean cotton scent. It smells amazing! One thing you probably didn't know was that you can use Faultless Starch to cut fabric! I'm so excited to share this quick How to Cut Fabric Using Starch tutorial with you today! (Annnnd I have a Faultless Premium Coupon & giveaway for you, too!) So keep reading!
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Faultless Premium Starch

I'd love to share just a little bit more about Faultless Starch before we get started on that tutorial. ;) Faultless Starch has been around since 1887. Wow! So Faultless Starch has been right by the ironing board’s side for a long, long time! It's been there to help people feel good about how they dress. Of course, styles & fabrics have changed a lot over the years, but one thing has remained the same ~ Faultless Starch has always been committed to providing products that deliver fresh looks & amazing results. Faultless Premium is the perfect product to help get rid of the “Wrinkle Blues" & reduce ironing time. Your clothes will look, feel & wear much better when you use Faultless Starch. You will look amazing & get tons of compliments!

Annnnd you can also use Faultless Premium Starch with your craft projects! That makes it even better! ha! ;) I'm sure most of you own a digital craft cutter ~ either a Silhouette or Cricut. I love cutting fabric with mine! Buuuuut I don't like having to use the expensive fabric interfacing before I start cutting. It's time consuming & for some projects it is just not needed. You do need to use something though! If not your fabric might snag on your blade & not cut all the way through. So let me show you how using Faultless Premium Starch can help you get that perfect cut every time. First, you will iron your fabric with a warm iron to get any wrinkles out.


Flip it over, & then you'll spray a generous amount of spray starch. Let dry.

spray starch

Put a piece of cloth or a pillowcase over your fabric & iron again. Let dry.

crafts with spray starch

Next, put your fabric onto your cutting mat. Smooth it out.

cutting fabric

Feed it into your digital craft cutter & start cutting.


I was so impressed on how well it cut! Amazing!

cutting fabric hearts

Let me know if you try this & how it works for you!

fabric heart


To finish my project I just used some spray adhesive to attach my fabric heart to a 8x10 stretched canvas. Cute! Remember you can find Faultless Premium Starch in the laundry aisle of most stores. :)

easy heart canvas

Be sure to enter the Faultless Starch Giveaway!!! Faultless Starch is giving away $1,000 along with a year’s supply of Faultless Premium! Yay! All you have to do to enter is:

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I know you'll want to try Faultless Starch for yourself. You can use this handy “
find a store” tool to find a store near you. Be sure you download this Faultless Premium Coupon before you go! You can also visit Faultless on Facebook for more tricks & tips. 

Have you used Faultless Starch before? Do you have any tips or tricks? Have you ever used starch in a craft project? I'd love to hear! Leave a comment below! :)

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