Ironing Sheet–A Review


I was very pleased when MinervaCrafts asked me to test a product for them.  MinervaCrafts is a large UK online shop, with over 10000 products. So, they decided to ask some crafty people to help them test some of the products they sell.

I was asked to test the Prym Ironing Sheet for Quitling and Sewing which is described as a ‘Multifunctional ironing underlay, with printed cm grid and angle markings as well as sorting loops and pockets, pin cushion and removable fabric bag. The perfect accessory for any crafter, quilter or dressmaker!’

promote social media imageI think this is a pretty nifty product. If you want to know my impressions about this product please head over to MinervaCrafts blog. Below is a link to my review as a guest blogger:

https://www.minervacrafts.com/blog/product-reviews/product-review-prym-ironing-sheet-by-simona

Disclaimer:They gave me the ironing sheet free of charge in exchange of a review. The opinions in the review are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or manufacturer.

Hope you enjoy the review and please share with MinervaCrafts blog readers how you would use it as/with to give them some ideas.

Thanks for taking the time to read my posts.

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