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Thread: Dry Iron Option

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    Senior Member Dingle's Avatar
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    I have one and love it. No holes is great. If I need steam I just use a water bottle. I bought mine from Home Depot on line. They don't carry them in the stores.

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    I bought mine thru Vermont Store...several years ago...love it! No hole marks on fabric when try to iron fat quarters. This is a must for "PRESSING". The hole marks don't show up on the fabric when doing fusibles. Ladies at my quilt classes are always asking to use it, and where I got it.
    D in TX

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    I got mine several years ago as a Christmas present and I really like it as well. It is heavy though but it's so nice to have a solid plate when you are ironing on fusible web.

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    I, too, have this iron. I like it for fusing, because the lack of steam holes means there won't be the tell-tale circles on the fused pieces.

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    Type in------- Dry Iron

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    Senior Member ranbro's Avatar
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    I tried typing in dry iron and still no results.
    ranbro

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    Here is the Model Number CP43001 If this doesn't help. They have a phone number to call. If not email them.

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    amazon .com has this dry iron model number CP43001 just ordered mine. $29.95

  9. #19
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    Vemont Country Store will be out of this iron until mid August.

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    I have my Grandmother's very old dry iron. It still has the cloth covered cord.

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