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Thread: go mini travel iron

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    go mini travel iron

    just got mine love it
    it heats so fast has 3 setting plus steam but i`m only going to use it dry

    https://fabricville.com/us/go-iron-m...raft-iron.html

    Gale

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    that's going to be my next one........
    Arrange whatever pieces come your way.
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    I haven't used mine since I moved. I must get it out!

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    I haven't seen this brand but have two other travel ones. They are great for those small projects.

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    I got one and the wool mat at my last quilt retreat. Found out I could have gotten the iron much cheaper at Walmart but that's a learning experience. I keep mine with the wool mat next to my sewing machine. Too bad my kitty has found the wool mat for sleeping on so when not in use I have to stack up stuff on top of it to keep her off. I love how both work well with each other.
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    I got mine at Walmart for $15.96 plus tax. I liked it so much I went back and bought another one.

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    Works great! Use mine at all retreats and classes!
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    It’s great for classes but I have also used it on a TV tray while watching tv and pressing a ton of pieces for blocks...like Bonnie Hunter’s mysteries.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    I use mine for pressing right next to my machine! It seems to heat up quicker and hotter than my full size iron.
    Kirsten

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    I purchased a different iron at WalMart for $12.88. It starts heating as soon as I turn the knob and get very hot. I like it because it also has a handle that fits my small hand perfectly. it is also a SteamFast iron.
    Aurora

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    I saw this iron at Walmart for about $13 so of course had to buy and try. I like it and take it to classes. If I drop it or leave it no big loss. I have the Clover Wedge and the Steam Fast and those are good small irons too.
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    I saw a steamfast brand one at walmart and almost bought it. But I have a rowenta travel iron that still works, despite the cord holder thing being broken, and i couldn't justify spending the $$ on it.

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    I noticed this too. Like it so much, I bought one for my mom for Christmas.
    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaK View Post
    I use mine for pressing right next to my machine! It seems to heat up quicker and hotter than my full size iron.
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