Can You Iron Fleece?


Yes, you can iron fleece. Fleece can be ironed if you are careful and take the proper precautions so you don't ruin it. You begin by dampening the fabric by either washing or soaking it and setting the iron to low. Cover the fleece with a thin cotton sheet before ironing. This will protect the fleece from the heat. This will work on a fleece lined garments as well. This will also work on other delicate fabrics.
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1. Lay the fleece facedown on a covered ironing board. Avoid pressing the nappier side of the fabric, if possible, as this flattens the nap of the fleece. 2. Wet a cotton tea towel
This type of fleece is made from recycled plastics and cannot take the heat needed for an iron-on. You can hand embroider whatever you wish as long as the stitching is not too small
Get some fleece ( or a snuggie) and experiment.
Most people, when asked how to iron fleece, will tell you it's not possible. They will tell you that the fibers will be melted by the heat of the iron. As long as you take the proper
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