While long arm quilting, there are times when the batting or quilt top becomes wrinkled from being rolled. I spray them with a little wrinkle re-leaser and smooth out the wrinkles before quilting to avoid the wrinkles from being quilted into the quilt. The product also reduces static electricity that can cause damage to computerized machines.
I have done the same thing, but I also make sure the quilt top is ironed very well before I put on the frame, then it sill gets a bit wrinkled... they have a mnd of their own.
A friend of mine irons the quilt right on the frame. I haven't done it but she in an excellent quilter and she says it works for her.
dang, when i read the heading, i thought there was an easy answer for the wrinkles on my face.
gini in north idaho
There is .... you iron them......LOL
Nana: you iron them......
Now that would be something, just spritz and away you go!!!