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Farming, cooking and quilting my way through life!
im a starch and hot iron baby!
A rolling stone gathers no moss
i always pre-wash my wide backs- then remove them from the dryer before they are over-dried---then they are wrinkle/crease free & ready to load- much easier than handling on the ironing board- i tried the spray it on the frame once---was not happy with that method- fabric stretches if it's wet- if you wait for it to dry then quilt it all takes forever---turn spray...wait, wait wait- quilt- turn, spray, wait wait wait...not my idea of a good time.
hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy
I always iron. I do use one piece backing on the frame. But recently I have started using all the left over pieces from the front and that is ironed. This keeps the stash down.
Finished is better than a UFO
I load my backings and spritz with Best Press. Love the light scent!
Beth in AZ
Innova 22' with Lightning Stitch and Pantovision
Keep away from people who belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too can become great. Mark Twain