Clover Roll & Press, 1 Pack, Light Blue

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  • Comfortable ergonomic handle
  • Does not deform the fabric
  • Convenient and quick to press seams
  • Perfect press program

Product Description

Size:1 Pack

De Joan Hawley's Roll & Press is a convenient and quick way to press seams on the sewing machine. Roll to press or fold a seam. Straight, curved or perforated seams. It won't pull or distort the fabric; the wheel is tapered to concentrate pressure on the seam. Comfortable, ergonomic handle. Perfect for paper piecing or laminates; also use to seal glued seams on leather and felt.

Additional information

Product Dimensions

5 x 1 x 1 inches

Item model number

7812

Item Weight

1.28 ounces

Manufacturer

CLOVER MFG.CO.LTD.

Country of Origin

USA

Date First Available

November 1, 2016

The rolly tool looks fun, how does it do on rounded or very curvy seams? Like on dolls or arm/shoulder seams on shirts. Thanks

I use on quilt seams and find very convenient where I can’t use my iron.

Would this work to make bias tape?

It’s pretty narrow, but presses both 1/4” seams at one time. I use this for flattening seams and a wallpaper seam roller for wider uses. It would be worth trying for bias tape. Good luck.

Is the whole thing made of plastic?

Yes, it is plastic but the roller is a different plastic than the handle. I use mine for sewing and for paper crafts. Best tool I have found that I use a lot

is this battery powered?

No this is not battery powered, however it is the best tool ever while sewing and need to press seams open without putting up an ironing board.

Does this work good for stretchy fabric?

Yes.

Manufactured in USA or china?

Clover products are actually Japanese and manufactured in Osaka Japan.

How about for pressing down pleats while making masks???

Well, that is a good question! I wasn't sure so I tried it. I am making masks with 2 layers of cotton and a third layer of interfacing. I pleated the three layers and ran the presser over it and if did make a nice crease that I think will make it much easier before sewing them down. I am going to use one from now on lol. I hope that helped! Raylene