Wool Pressing Mat absorbs heat, pressing both sides of fabric at the same time!
Magic and Mega Pressing Mats are made of 100% wool here in the USA and creates a perfect pressing surface for your embroideries, quilt blocks, garments and more!
Use with or without steam for a professional result. Place it near your sewing machine top save trips to the ironing board. The Mini Pressing Mat is perfect for your sewing classes. It’s also small enough to take with you when your traveling or camping.
The Magic Pressing Mat 12″ X 18″ X 1/2″
The Mega Pressing Mat 14″ X 24″ X 1/2″
The Mini Pressing Mat 9″ x 12″ x 1/2″
The Skinny Pressing Mat 4″ x 24″ x 1/2″
The Monster Mat 22″ x 60″ x 3/8″ The Quilters Mat 14"x14"
TIP Use a telfon pressing mat on top of your wool mat when you have glue stiick, fusible web etc - you do not want to damage your wonderful wool mat! Also protect your iron we never want that glue damaging our irons. Many Quilters use Best Press or Starch - you want to avoid spraying this directly onto your Mat - have a fabric cover to set on top of mat when spraying - avoid that brown marking that appears when ironing on top of spray starch. We have all seen this on our ironing boards!
Besides flatter blocks, there are a couple of differences between pressing on this mat versus directly on your ironing board. This Wool Pressing mat grabs your blocks as you press - no moving around, what a bonus! It holds heat and steam, which is why I prefer to use it on my ironing board or on a protected surface - condensation goes right through - do not put directly on your cutting mat! I would hate you to end up with a warped self healing cutting board!