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Thread: Cutting Mat You Can Iron On?

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    not long ago i saw a video demonstrating a cutting mat that you could also iron on. does anyone know who makes this product?

    i don't remember where i found it or lost it.

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    Interesting, I would like to hear about this product too! :D:D:D

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    I have one that you can iron on one side, turn it over and it is a cutting mat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady37
    I have one that you can iron on one side, turn it over and it is a cutting mat.
    I had one but it warped, I think I stored it wrong, so I now make my own so much cheaper and so handy for my classes, here is a pic of one and I have posted the pattern for it, it was a freebie, as all my Ladies find it so useful for their classes :thumbup:

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    the one i saw was not padded on the other side. you could cut on both side and it was self-healing as well. but it also resisted the heat of an iron and you could iron right on the mat itself. also, you could keep it rolled up for a long time and when you laid it down, it immediately laid flat.

    it was pricey, but because you could iron on it, i thought it might be worth it. i could get rid of the ironing pad i keep near the machine and have a little less clutter.

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    I think Martelli's markets a mat they say you can iron on...

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    I have a June Tailor one. It's just the right size for cutting small pieces of fabric and ironing a block. And it's great to take to workshops, etc..

    http://store.junetailor.com/store/p-...x-11-grid.aspx

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    I've only seen the 2 sided one.

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    I have the June Tailor for I use mainly for classes but have found am using it more at home. It's light weight and so easy to use. I use the padded side to iron and secure appliques with pins as I heat bond them to the block they will be on.

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    The martelli cutting mat can be ironed directly on. I don't iron often on mine but I have and you don't have to flip it over.

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