“17×24” Wool Pressing Mat : Wool Makes Pressing Better

Large Wool Pressing Mat 14x19

The “17×24” Wool Pressing Mat will change your pressing accuracy. Especially when pressing a large block or long seams. If you stitch garments you will also find this mat helpful when pressing seams open or wanting to create crisp pleat or fold lines when constructing garments.

Every single block and seam you press will be crisper and flatter after pressing on a wool mat. It will change your piecing life. No more stretched or misshapen blocks.

Use with steam or dry iron.  Wool has unique properties that make it ideal for pressing blocks without distortion. The wool grabs and holds the fabric or block in place while pressing. It absorbs the excess steam.  Wool is a natural fiber and will not scorch or burn.

If you make garments, create hand or machine embroidery, or needle turn applique you will find the Wool Pressing Mat indispensable. Press your motifs without flattening or creating press marks in the background. Velvet presses beautifully as well, (of course, you must still take some precautions when pressing velvet). Press lace so it lays flat, chiffon and other delicate fabrics pressed on wool also do well.

The “17×24” Wool Pressing Mat is ideal for pressing blocks or borders. The, 13 1/2″ square and the 8 1/2″ square pressing mats are great for pressing a whole block or block pieces or for use at the sewing machine.

Still, on the fence, the 4.5″ square is a great size to try before investing in a larger pressing mat.

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4″x4″ Wool Pressing Mat : The Test Drive Size

4"x4" Wool Pressing Mat

The 4″x4″ Wool Pressing Mat will change your pressing accuracy. Especially when pressing open “half square triangles” (triangle-squares). Every single seam you press will be crisper and flatter after pressing on a wool mat. It will change your piecing life. No more stretched or misshapen segments.

Use with steam or dry iron.  Wool has unique properties that make it ideal for pressing blocks without distortion. The wool grabs and holds the fabric or block in place while pressing. It absorbs the excess steam.  Wool is a natural fiber and will not scorch or burn.

If you make garments, by hand or machine embroidery, you will find the Wool Pressing Mat indispensable.

The 4″x4″ Wool Pressing Mat is ideal for testing out a wool mat for yourself or taking on a retreat. The 8 1/2″ square pressing mat is great for all the block pieces or for use at the sewing machine. The 13 1/2″ square mat is a great size for pressing a block. Need something larger, the 14×19″ pressing mat is great for larger blocks or pressing seam allowances.

8 1/2″x 8 1/2″ Square Wool Pressing Mat

8 1/2 inch square Wool Pressing Mat

The 8 1/2″x 8 1/2″ Square Wool Pressing will change your pressing accuracy for the better. Especially when pressing open “half square triangles” (triangle-squares).

Every single block and seam you press will be crisper and flatter after pressing on a wool mat. It will change your piecing life. No more stretched or misshapen blocks.

Use with steam or dry iron.  Wool has unique properties that make it ideal for pressing blocks without distortion. The wool grabs and holds the fabric or block in place while pressing. It absorbs the excess steam.  Wool is a natural fiber and will not scorch or burn. You will find that pressing other fabrics, such as lace, embroideries, applique, and delicates much easier.

If you make garments, create hand or machine embroidery, you will find the Wool Pressing Mat indispensable. Press your motifs without flattening or creating press marks in the background. Velvet presses beautifully as well, (of course, you must still take some precautions when pressing velvet). Press lace so it lays flat, chiffon and other delicate fabrics pressed on wool also do well.

The 8 1/2″x 8 1/2″ Square Wool Pressing is ideal for 8″ blocks or smaller. The 13″x 13″ square pressing mat is great for all the block pieces or a 12 1/2″ block and the 14″x19″ pressing mat is perfect for most blocks and pressing seam allowances.  Still, on the fence, the 4.5″ square pressing mat is a great size to try before investing in a larger pressing mat.