5. Cutting In
Your piece of turf should be cut into pieces a little longer and wider than the area it needs to cover. Lay the pieces on the cracker dust in place, making sure to leave the turf overlapping edges, and making sure the stitches of your turf are all running in the same direction.
Where two pieces of turf join, flip the edges over to reveal the backing. Trim one piece of turf close to a line of stitching and trim the other piece of turf away from a line of stitching. Move the two pieces of turf into place so that the spacing is the same as the spacing between the stitches, and the join is not noticeable when you brush the blades up with your hand along the join.
Use a sharp Stanley knife to cut through the top of the turf around the perimeter of your area like you would carpet, pushing the turf into the edges and using the knife to find the border underneath.