Tote an Iron, a Project, Cosmetics, Jewelry, and More!
This beautiful little case was designed to store and transport the Oliso Mini Project Iron. The Steamfast Mini Iron will also fit with room to spare. Check the sizes as other mini irons may fit as well.
The case is also great for small notions, projects, cosmetics, and more – and it makes a lovely gift.
The sides are padded and the top and bottom are reinforced to support the weight of the iron (using Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex, Fusible Fleece, and Peltex 71F). The designer does not recommend putting a hot iron into the case, therefore no heat-proofing materials are needed, although you can use them if you want.
Case from Riceford Streams.
Start by choosing four coordinating fat quarters in any color combination. The excellent instructions cover every bit of the construction in detail.
Case found on Pinterest.
The finished case, designed by Nicole Young from Lillyella Stitchery, is 8” W x 4” D x 4.5” H.
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