A week ago, I was giving a few workshops at Sauder Village in Ohio and we were trading hints and tips. I picked up a wonderful tip from two ladies who are big time fabric starchers (girls after my own heart!) Note: they starch their fabric as yardage before they cut. That's very important!! Here's what they shared with us.....
Mary Ellen's Best Press to help. What is important is that you choose the bottle with the finger pump spray (not the handle spray) because it emits a very fine mist over the seam.
Pass it on....it's a very good thing!
I'm going try that tip because my nine patch blocks do not lay flat at all. I'm desperate.ReplyDelete
Unfortunately, I'm the one who is allergic to Best Prest and can't go near the stuff in the shops. rats.ReplyDelete
Great hint. I have a question which you may have already answered, but I don't remember the answer! I'm assuming you starch your fabric as yardage before cutting? Do you use Best Press or something else for this? Thanks much~ReplyDelete
Pretty blocks--they make me think of a box of chocolates, for some reason.ReplyDelete
I do use Best Press sometimes, but I also find pressing on a wool mat is helpful.
Love my Best Press & my wool mat!! Love those blocks Pam!!ReplyDelete
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