Tips for Pressing with Steam and Starch – or Not

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Know When to Choose One or the Other!

Do you press with steam, or without? What about starch? Since the advice on both topics varies, sometimes it takes trial and error to determine what works best in various situations.

Three quilting pros have addressed both of those issues in an article by McB McManus for Landauer Publishing. While they each have their own preferences, it’s very helpful to understand their reasoning and pressing processes.

Tips for Pressing with Steam and Starch - or Not

Image from Sew Many Ways.

They also provide some great pressing tips that any quilter can benefit from.

Click here for the “When to Use Steam and Starch in Patchwork” article.

Image Source: The image at the top of the page is from Keeping u n Stitches Quilting.


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