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Thread: Does anyone use "iron pals"?

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    Does anyone use this product? And if so, does it work well? It looks like a nice convenience for sewing large pieces of fabric. Here is the link..check it out.

    http://stores.palsproducts.com/-strs...xcat=Iron+Pals

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    I hadn't seen that before. Looks interesting. I think it would be easy to make yourself.

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    Looks interesting. I always have problems with long pieces of slippery fabric. Prices look good, too.

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    My guild has one like this. It's great for ironing backings and borders. It was there when I joined so it's been around for a long time.

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    it is interesting. but i'd put it on the far side. i can feel my back aching with leaning over just that little bit in the front.

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    Looks like a good idea. I'll have to check into this.

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    Um? Think it's time to talk to my "Tallbald," I think DH is headed out to the wood shop.
    I've never seen this before, have always thought there has to be and easier way to keep fab off floor. I usually drag out a fold down table and then it doesn't always work.
    Thanks for this post!

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