Do you have one? Do you like it? Is it as good as an iron for small seams?
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I use half of a wooden spring clothespin. Works great for small seams and is cheap as can be!
I have used a mini-wooden pastry roller and it works.
Also have use the plastic scraper thingy that you get with Pampered Chef stoneware.
However, finger pressing to me is underrated ... I prefer to do REAL pressing!
Sew many ideas ... just sew little time!!
I use my mini roller for wallpaper seams. Works very well.
Cold pressing doesn't work for me. But I found that if I want to open a seam a tracing wheel works pretty good to part the ways.
"Piecin' a quilt's like livin' a life...The Lord sends us the pieces, but we can cut 'em out and put 'em together pretty much to suit ourselves, and there's a heap more in the cuttin' and the sewin' than there is in the caliker...I've had a heap of comfort all my life making quilts, and now in my old age I wouldn't take a fortune for them." (Eliza Calvert Hall, Aunt Jane of Kentucky)
I have a little wooden seam presser, I think I got it on Eleanore Burns web site. Its great for paper piecing.
A WALLPAPER roller for seams does the same thing.
I have a little wooden seam presser works really well. Have not tried a wallpaper roller but I am going to give it a try as well!!!!
I find it works well, I don't have room for an iron near my machine so it saves me walking back and forth as often
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