The Point 2 Point Turner is a true multi-function tool that performs all of those functions extremely well.
Two points are available, one at either end of the tool. One is a sharp point that is perfect for tight, limited spaces like collar points. The other point is on the edge of the spatula shaped end. This is ideal for points with a little more access. The unique shape of this point allows you to approach the point from the side, pushing with the grain of the fabric. Pressing out in this manner with the grain helps you avoid stretching or distorting your fabric.
The long sweeping edge of the tool is perfect for turning long sweeping seams. For turning seams with a shorter radius the spatula shaped edge is ideally suited. With a flip of your wrist you can switch from one tool and application to the other. Easy and convenient.
The flat, smooth arc of the spatula edge is perfect for finger pressing and the acute side of that edge is a natural Hera Maker.
Pellon 805 Wonder-Under is the original paper-backed fusible web. It fuses easily in mere seconds and is 100% machine stitchable. The fabric will maintain a soft hand after fusing. Wonder-Under is great for apparel, home decor and craft projects. It bonds fabric to fabric or any porous surface like wood and cardboard. Fuse detail areas including hems in denim, facings, applique, cut-work and monogramming.
100% PREMIUM WOOL – MADE IN USA
Press any pieced or embroidered block with ease. The density of this high-quality 100% felted wool mat absorbs seams and stitches, effectively pressing both sides at once. Block knitted projects as well by pinning them directly to the mat. An added bonus? The texture of the wool stops fabrics from shifting so there is no distortion when pressing.
Tips and Tricks
The pressing mat can be used with a dry iron on any surface. If using steam, place the mat on a protected surface since moisture does go through the mat and can harm the surface below. Never place the mat on a rotary cutting mat when pressing. The heat could warp the cutting mat. If mat feels damp after use, hang to air-dry before storing. Wash the mat occasionally by rinsing it in cold water and hanging the mat until dry – especially if using a spray starch. Safe surfaces include Formica, Corian, stone, and metal (an ironing board). Wood and painted surfaces should be avoided. A wool mat is a handy tool for quick pressing when kept next to your sewing machine.