Ever since you got a new iron, getting the creases out of trousers and ironing shirts are mere child’s play! But some of your clothes seem just as daunting as ever – how to iron your beloved pleated skirt, or the embroidery on your favourite blouse? Follow our advice and all will be well!
lady skirts, Anything Is Possible!
Whatever the garment, there’s always a little trick to ironing it easily and well. Even that pleated skirt of yours can be easy, regardless of how good you are at ironing! Place the pleats flat on your ironing board and, for guaranteed success, attach a clothes peg over the end of each. Then all you have to do is iron!
Now for that embroidered blouse that’s been waiting patiently in your cupboard – all creased! To iron embroidery, simply place a flannel (or a piece of fairly thick material) between your blouse and the ironing board, and iron your garment inside out. This will ensure your embroidery doesn’t get flattened during ironing.