There are things I love about sewing and getting crafty. Picking out fabric and patterns are a treat. Then it comes time to cut your fabric and pin it together and then my least favorite part; Ironing.
I’ve never been a fan of the iron it’s something I avoid like the plague, but I’ve realized how important it is to get that fabric ready to cut and then once I put it together. My projects come out looking SO much better. All because I took an extra 5 minutes to do it right.
I’ve been thinking for sometime about getting an Iron that I could use specifically for my craft room. I hate having to run from the top floor to the basement (which is probably why I never did it) so I started the search for a good iron that was also affordable.
I already own a nice Rowenta and when I do iron it works great, but I wanted something smaller and that I could easily store since I don’t need to iron all the time. That’s where the Rowenta First Class Travel Iron comes in. This iron is great and at under $35 I love that I’m getting quality and convenience.
I make and wear a lot of dresses so being able to easily iron and steam them out is great, especially when I’m traveling. The travel iron comes with a fabric case that’s easy to zip and doesn’t take up much space in my bag.
It’s crazy to say, but I’m really digging ironing now. My friends at Rowenta threw some great tips out that I thought I might share:
My iron also came in very handy when I made our Family Disney Shirts and on our recent travels. The more we travel the more I like to have my own iron with me because I know it works and won’t ruin my clothes.