|I was introduced to a product called Texture Magic a couple of weeks ago at an ASG sew-in and decided to try it on a collar and cuffs for a blouse I was planning.
I pinned the Texture Magic (which looks like thick interfacing) to the back of my uncut collar and stitched using a decorative stitch all over the piece. TM shrinks about 30% when steam is applied, so I started with a fairly large piece in order to make the collar. Once I finished the decorative stitching, I applied steam. The piece shrunk, and I cut out my collar piece. My undercollar is an untexturized piece, and I didn't interface either side.
For a blurry closeup of the texturized fabric, click here
I think this product, which is usually found in quilt shops, makes a nice embellishment to an otherwise plain blouse. The fabric I'm making this blouse from is a nice linen and cotton blend in a solid pink. You can also sew around the design in a printed fabric for a different effect. You can also add batting to make it stand out more, although I wouldn't have used either of these ideas on a garment.
TM is rather pricey, but I'd use it every now and then to enhance a garment.