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  • Re: Iron Reviews

    Update: Six months since my purchase of a Reliable Iron. At a large public yard sale recently, I sold 3 of my others. Reliable and I are joined for as long as I can move it along. The T-Fal is also a keeper for backup; amazing that I bought it for $2.00 at an Estate Sale, with the sticker intact. Thanks to all for sharing their iron experience and preferences
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Wed, Aug 20 2014
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    Reliable is heavy so very good for pressing seams and avoiding ironing. Working on quilt last night and there was a stubborn thick corner seam. I pressed the button for extra steam and couldn't believe the force and volume. Because it's still new to me, I often think it's not working because it's so quiet while the steam is on. I don't
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Sat, Mar 8 2014
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    Candis, I love, love, love my Reliable. Thanks for heads up. You know you are a Quilter If....... . There's more Fabric in the House than Food "Fat Quarters" are not the heaviest part of your body Your ironing board is always set up but you never iron clothes You think of your job as an interruption of your quilting time You pet Fabric
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Thu, Feb 13 2014
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    Susan, truer words were never spoken. -Pat
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Thu, Feb 13 2014
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    It's printed right on the iron basket: made in Italy.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Thu, Feb 13 2014
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    Jen, Yes it does. Mine is very heavy, stable. Paperwork I have says USA address but don't know if it is actually made here since it's over 10 -12 yrs old. I do know, those fabulous covers are made in USA!
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Thu, Feb 13 2014
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    Brenda, I have a EURO-PRO European Deluxe Extra-Wide Ironing Table. Model EP36. I opened it as high as I could get it, and dropping a tape measure to the floor was 34". At the widest 18", 51" ironing space In addition, there is an iron rest/basket at the end. The basket is very handy. Keeps from knocking over irons plus open to release
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Wed, Feb 12 2014
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    Ginny, I didn't buy a T-fal, I bought the Reliable per my previous post. I believe " tnmtgrl" posted her thoughts on her new T-Fal. Goodness, everyone seems happy with that iron. Well, if this beautiful Reliable isn't reliable, I'll know what to do next.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Tue, Feb 11 2014
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    T-Fal was on my short list also. So many choices. I do agree that a nice, wide ironing board is a great benefit. I just bought a new cover for my Euro-Pro extra wide table. Quilt shop ordered these boards for us well over 10 yrs. ago. They have a basket with flaps to support at the end and a tall hook to keep the cord up. The flaps can be bent to allow
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Tue, Feb 11 2014
  • Re: Iron Reviews

    UPS delivered a Reliable V100 Digital Velocity Steam Iron today. I didn't have much to iron so I went to work on some of my stash to have something to report. Stash is looking spiffy! This iron gives a whole new meaning to ironing vs pressing. At 1800 watts, it's heavy and really puts out the steam. The small manual appears to be descriptive
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pat Cecilia on Mon, Feb 10 2014
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