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Travel Iron Tote

Need a small pressing mat to use beside your machine or take to quilting classes? How about a tote to pack up a hot travel iron?

You can have both in a cute Travel Iron Tote that opens up to make a heat resistant pressing mat then folds back up into a tote for a small travel iron.

Supplies needed

  • Pattern (includes heat resistant fabric)
  • ½ yd Exterior fabric
  • ¼ yd Contrasting fabric for  binding
  • ½ yd Insul-Brite
  • 2 buttons (approx. 3/4 “ -1”)
  • Rotary cutter, mat and uler (12 inch is big enough)
  • Pencil
  • Fabric scissors
  • The usual: sewing machine in good working condition (remember power cord & foot pedal!), thread, needles (size 14 or 16), pins, thread snips, seam ripper.

Instructor: Lorene Fleming
Instructor Bio: Surry County native, Lorene McCann Fleming, started making doll clothes with a needle and thread around 4-5 years old. She started making clothes on her mother's treadle sewing machine at 9-10 years old. As a senior in high school, Lorene even made bridesmaid dresses for her and her sister for a cousin's wedding. Lorene is a retired home economics teacher and has been quilting for 17 years. She has taught several beginning quilting classes and enjoys planning and hosting quilt retreats. While she enjoys making quilts, Lorene often prefers to make bags, wall hangings, and other small projects.
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