Old George has been so well loved that his "skin" needs to be remade. Orange doggie needs his ear remade.
Caramello bear's legs sewn back on.
These are the important things that I do in the night.
a: I don't like the smell of it as it sticks onto my iron
b: I don't like it sticking to my ironing board & then to everything else that I use afterwards
c: I can't stand that bubbling thing that happens when you use it.
So I have improved my ways with using it & most people has what is needed to be able to get the professional results in their kitchen pantry.
There are two phrases that you need to remember: "NON-STICK BAKING PAPER" & "STEAM OFF"
1. Using 2 sheets of NON-STICK BAKING PAPER, put the piece of fabric & interfacing (glue side facing the fabric) between the sheets of NON-STICK BAKING PAPER.
2. With the iron up to Hottest temperature possible for the fabric (most important) and the STEAM OFF, press down over the top sheet of NON-STICK BAKING PAPER.
3. Ensure that you cover all of the fabric & do this for about 1 minute moving the iron around the whole time with the STEAM OFF with reasonable pressure.
4. Once you have finished, you will be able to reuse this NON-STICK BAKING PAPER, just ensure that you keep the "insides" of them together & roll them up so that you never put your iron on the insides of the used NON-STICK BAKING PAPER.
thanks to Pip at Meet me at Mikes for hosting words & pictures! Play along if you like - it's fun.