Tuesday, May 29, 2012

~ Pressing Matters~

Yesterday, I wrote about an ironing a pressing board my husband made for me. Perhaps I should have read Elizabeth Hartman's new book (which I just received and LOVE) prior to making it.


 In the chapter, "Materials, Supplies, and More," she wrote on making a pressing board, using that trusty staple gun, three layers of batting, and muslin or a neutral solid fabric as a cover. My pressing board was made using an old, raggedy perfectly good towel and very colorful fabric. No worries, though... It.Worked.Beautifully!!


My seams have never looked this good :-)

This block is the beginning of my latest project using Amanda Jean's Filmstrip quilt tutorial.

Thanks, as always, for visiting my blog,

~ Michelle ~



3 comments:

  1. Ooooohhhh love this fabrics! Your block looks great.

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  2. AZEKA's GrannyMay 30, 2012 at 11:18 PM

    I love your fabric selection.

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  3. I have pressing board I use for applique. It gives really nice crisp edges!

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