No chemicals were added to the wool. 100% pure New Zealand wool. rest pad for iron)
It is 13 inches in size. The size of the sheet is 5 x 13 inches. A size of 5' and a thickness of 1/2 inch. We designed our wool ironing mat to be portable and versatile, so it is easily packed into a suitcase or handbag. (The unfolded example)
We have developed a pressing mat that will keep the heat from your iron in the fabric and radiate it back onto it. Therefore, you do not have to flip the fabric and iron both
A favorite among embroidery lovers and DIY designers, our wool mat is great for sewing. The wool mat can be used to pin projects in place so that your fabric does not move or fall.
Questions & Answers
What kind of gift is appropriate for mom on Mother's Day?
A lot depends on the circumstances. What kind of gifts does your mother appreciate? She does a lot of sewing and quilting, right? When she wants or needs something for herself, does she hesitate to buy it? You should definitely do it if you answer yes!
Do you have any suggestions as to how ?
You just need to store it flat to avoid it getting
The pad uses steam function, but can you use it ?
No matter how much or how little steam you put on it, it will iron well.
Selected User Reviews For MOHOM 13.5" x 13.5" Wool Pressing Mat 100% New Zealand Felted Wool Ironing Mat Pad Blanket for Quilter, Sewing, Quilting Supplies and Notions
This 17" x 13" MOHOM was designed by Andy Warhol
There is a 1/2 inch thickness to the Wool Pressing Mat.
| Feb 02, 2021
Despite being great, beware of this product
This pressing mat is great. If you use a steam iron, you will have to be cautious as the steam will pass through the mat and reach the surface beneath. Upon placing the mat on top of my cutting mat, I discovered that the cutting mat had buckled and was wet from Thanks to smoothing it out, I was able to do so. Make sure it's not something you want to see on a wooden surface if you are going to put this directly on it. In my case, I have put a 1/2 inch piece of wood and a heavy towel on top of my cutting mat and under the pressing mat, and that seems to have fixed There is a limited amount of space for work and I need to keep everything together.
| Jul 03, 2021
I like this pressing mat a lot! It was only when I saw this item on Amazon that I knew it existed
My favorite part is that I can put small items in it. Instead of setting up a huge ironing board in my sewing room, I can make use of the space on my table. As I have a very large work table, I keep the mat on there all the time. It is thick and smooth, and I don't have to worry about steam leaking through. It is not only something I would buy again, but I wish I had bought it years I have updated Due to the fact that steam penetrates the mat, you must be careful not to use it on surfaces that might be damaged by steam. The self-healing mat was placed on top of it It warped from the heat and I had to use a cooling mat to protect my cutting table. (It would be better than damaging the table.
| Aug 08, 2020
Mats made of wool for pressing
During my use of the mat, I only had it for a few As far as the mat is concerned, it's fine. If you want to lay on top of a cutting mat, be sure to keep it away from you. I did manage to get the heat out. There was no way to cool down my cutting mat. I must make sure I put something else beneath the mat when I use it.
| Mar 27, 2021
For those who sew, this is very convenient
As I sew garments, it is often necessary for me to press the seam after The fabric would have to be moved back and forth with a countertop ironing board, so I'd have to get up and do that every time. The device makes ironing so much easier for me, as I can place it by my machine and pivot when I need to do it. This has been a great tool for me It has been a while since I used my ironing board. This pad does not provide any protection for the desk I iron on, although the countertop ironing board did. I haven't seen any warping or damage, but it's If you sew, this product would be perfect for you. takes up much less space than an ironing board. For people who simply iron their clothes, it takes up no more space than an iron. I am not convinced that this would be more convenient than a standard ironing board for someone who wears clothes.
| Jul 29, 2020
There's no point in wasting time with that
Ok, I'm in a real hurry to love this product. I've read tons of good reviews, and I did some research to learn how to use it before I bought a piece of paper to experiment It's boom time. You need to do this immediately. While using the tip to get into a corner, I never held the iron over a particular spot for more than 5 seconds. I am a little skeptical about the mat's contents, but it may just be the nature of a wool mat. It may be worth trying to wash it to see if there is a residue or substance coating the fibers, but I do not think there is any hope.
| Nov 25, 2020
We guarantee that you won't regret making the decision
Excellent pressing mat! I am very pleased with it! It's a shame I didn't buy one sooner, since I'm new to sewing! It's amazing how much has changed!.
| Apr 12, 2021
A sticky substance was found on a fabric and iron
Disappointed was the right word to describe how I felt. The black sticky substance it left behind on my new iron and fabric after it was used for a week. It took me several attempts to remove this from my iron, but in the end I had to use lighter fluid to do so. The mat has been stopped from being used.
| Jan 30, 2021