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Thread: Paper piecing question

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC
    OK, I'm fairly new to the quilting world. This may be a silly question but what is a wooden iron?
    It is a small piece of wood about 6 inches long that has been highly polished and smooth which you can use to press your seams when paper piecing and can be purchases at most quilt shops very inexpensively. I have two. Marge

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    I have a little clover iron that I like or else a wooden iron either one will work hope this helps

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    I use the Clover mini iron on medium heat & it works great. I got it new on Ebay for a steal. :wink: :wink: :wink:

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