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Thread: Jenny's iron

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    Jenny's iron

    As I watched a tutorial on making a heart runner by Jenny..I noticed the iron she used..Noticed when it is put down on ironing board..it pops us.. I had to watch it several times to besure I saw what I thought I saw. I would love to get the name or type of iron....I want one!

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    I am sure it is an Oslio (sp?) and it is quite expensive :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilt queen View Post
    As I watched a tutorial on making a heart runner by Jenny..I noticed the iron she used..Noticed when it is put down on ironing board..it pops us.. I had to watch it several times to besure I saw what I thought I saw. I would love to get the name or type of iron....I want one!
    It is an Oliso and I have one and love it.

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    It's an Oliso iron.

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    Nice iron but to much $ for me.

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    Someone sets one of them up at our once a week quilting group and I hate it. I am afraid I will get used to not setting it up on the end and then starting a fire with mine at home. As far as I can tell, it does not work any better than my 30 year old GE.
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    I would like to try one before getting it. Jenny seems to like hers.
    Confirmed fabric-holic seeking 12 step treatment program or a storage building.

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    I had one and passed it on. It goes off to quickly, I mean just a few cuts and it would turn off and then I'd have to wait. I also like sitting my iron up. Don't want to start a fire.
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    I found one on sale and really like it. Mine doesn't have auto shut off and I'm sure I wouldn't like that part. It gets really hot and I can steam (but I don't).

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