14 x 14 Wool Ironing Mat Wool Pressing Mat for Quilting-100% Wool for Professional Ironing Portable Quilting Heat Press Pad.Portable for Quilting Guilds and Classes!
14' x 14' Wool Ironing Mat- Wool Pressing Mat for Quilting-100% Wool for Professional Ironing| Portable Quilting Heat Press Pad.Portable for Quilting Guilds and Classes! Shop Grand thousand Sport at the Arts, Crafts & Sewing store. Free Shipping on eligible items. Save on everyday low prices.. Great for Sewing – Designed in The Ideal Shape for Convenient Ironing, This Wool Heat Pressing Mat Makes Your Handy Sewing Iron Pad for Detailed Sleeve or Pant Seams Ironing, Your Embroidery Mat or Your Diy Flat Iron Pad. . Quick Convenience -- This Wool Ironing Mat Lets you Iron Quilting Blocks on the Table – No Need to Stand and Step Away . Efficient Pressing--This Thick Wool Pad Will Keep your Fabric Stable While Ironing to Minimize Stretching. Projects Including Yarn and Embroidery Can Be Pinned Into the Wool for Easy Blocking. As Some Irons Use Pressurized Steam Which Can Go Through the Mat We Recommend Ironing Without Steam. . Portable for Travel--1/2" Density Provides Extra Protection for Any Ironing Surface. Try Your Ironing Mat at any Location and Create an Ironing Station That Suits Your Needs! . 100% Satisfaction Guarantee- - Please Contact us for any Questions. We will Reply Within 8 Hours and Help Solve the Problem Until you Are Satisfied.Click “Add To Cart” to Place Your Order Right Away. . Slash Ironing Time For Your Quilting, Sewing, Embroidery Or Craft Projects! The Ultimate Quilting Ironing Mat Has Been Released....✔ to offer you professional ironing for your quilt blocks, fabrics or garments.✔ to retain heat, making ironing a faster task.Use and Care Instructions:.You can use any setting on your iron including the wool setting when ironing. We do not recommend using starch however alternatives such as Best Press can be used..Do not leave your iron on the wool mat for too long..★Iron setting : use WOOL or MEDIUM HEAT for best results..★Use of steam: With prolonged use of steam during ironing, a small amount of moisture can pass through the mat, since wool is a porous material..★Drying: When wet, simply hang to dry. Avoid twisting or bending.★Storage: Avoid folding or rolling. Find a flat surface and place it there. Also avoid storing the mat when it is damp or wet..★If it is necessary to clean your wool mat, you can rinse the mat out in your sink or bathtub with cold water and then hang it up to dry. A gentle rinse should do the trick. Be careful not to rough up the material. . . .