This is the last one of the Pressing Tools DIY Series I(tm)m going to show you, by now.
It(tm)s a little bit different from the others two I wrote about and shared FREE patterns (the Tailor(tm)s Ham and the Sausage Roll), because you can use it to press seams where you can(tm)t reach with the others, wearing it on your iron-free hand.
I was always burning my fingers and I was tired of it, so I took an old ironing clothes, the ones with one silvery side and the other of light foam rubber used to press on the table, some fabric remnants and drawn a pattern (that you can download for FREE or just eyeball and draw freehand!).
Just consider your hand size: the one I share is for medium size hands, if you have a very small (or very big!) hand, draw your own figuring how much wide you need it!
I'm a mom and a seamstress (in my spare time)
I love to sew and share on my lovely blog on SergerPepper.com
I'm a Pinterest addicted and fabric/pattern hoarder
I never throw out anything, especially fabric scraps :)
I'm a Refashionista because I love to transform pre-loved clothes in other to-be-loved clothes!