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Alex returns to her LIVE teaching. Thank you for joining, chatting, and your support. Today Alex takes on "Pressing Matters".


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#11 karonray 2020-03-28 08:10
Alex, I enjoy your little lessons. However saying the word PRESSING doesn't mean you are pressing. You were ironing. As I am sure you know there is a difference and if you PRESS you will not distort bias or anything else. If you iron a seam over pick up the iron a little, nudge the seam over and them set the iron down, PRESSING the seam in place. There is no need to ever push down on the iron. Save your muscles.
#10 AuntJo 2020-03-27 19:56
Thanks Alex great tips. God Bless.
#9 debbiecroal 2020-03-27 15:02
Thank you Alex , I love, love, love pressing. It's calming, you can take your time. You can see your stitching. And see if you need to remove some or if you did a good job. You guys are really being generous with your time and talent, God Bless
#8 mssquilt 2020-03-27 12:34
thanks from VA
#7 Eddies Mom 2020-03-27 12:33
FYI Embroidery Library published a free In-the Hoop face mask in two sizes...check it out!
#6 Susan D.G. 2020-03-27 12:29
very much enjoying your tutorials while we are staying in place. Learning a lot and many reminders as well as oh yah, I forgot about that. Very much appreciate you doing these.
#5 Bonnie G 2020-03-27 12:29
thank you
#4 fritze191 2020-03-27 12:28
Thanks for your tips and tricks!!! Love you!!

Mary Ann Browne Yuma, AZ
#3 lorra 2020-03-27 12:03
Hi from Missouri!!
#2 KPedrotti 2020-03-27 12:01
Good morning Alex! Looking forward to "pressing" with you.
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