Torising 22-Inch x 60-Inch Wool Pressing Mat
Last updated: August 27, 2021
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In our analysis, the Torising 22-Inch x 60-Inch Wool Pressing Mat placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
MONSTER SIZE – Monster sized wool mat (22″x60″x0.5″) large enough to fit your over sized ironing board, or worktable. 100% WOOL –Quilter’s love this pressing pad and it doesn’t matter whether you use steam or no-steam as the result is still crisply pressed seams. Heat is trapped in the pressing pad and then radiates back up to the underside of the fabric therefore, effectively ironing both sides at the same time. 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. GOOD QUALITY: Dense interlocking wool fibers of this pad hold the fabric to minimize stretching while ironing. Stretching often happens with half-square triangles and piecing done on the fabric bias but this portable ironing pad helps to prevent that leaving crisp seams without stretching. 100% SATISFACTION: Please contact us for any questions. We will reply within 8 hours and help solve the problem until you are satisfied.
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Many people love wool pressing mats because they absorb heat quickly and can be used to iron both sides of a garment or piece of fabric at once. This can cut your ironing time in half. Wool also absorbs more moisture than synthetic fabrics, so these mats work well when you use steam. And since wool has a fuzzy texture, it holds fabric in place better. No more slippage!
Quilters can also find wool pressing mats useful. Pressing quilt seams is an important part of the quilt-making process because it makes it easier to join the blocks. It also makes the finished quilt lie flatter and look more professional and polished.
Simply lay the pieces down on the wool mat and press on the seams with an iron. Smaller wool mats are sized at about 17 inches by 13.5 inches, but you can find extra-large mats that measure as large as 60 inches by 22 inches. Naturally, larger mats are a bit less less portable.