I’ve been making some simple walker bags from my stash of scrap cottons. The straps are constructed as tubes, which I then turn inside- out and press. This part drives me nuts. I can never seem to get the edge seams as flat to-the-seam as I’d like. I’ve used chopsticks and knitting needles to push along the seam, but there must be something out there that works better. I’m thinking that a flat metal ruler might work?
Anyone have any ideas for this? And while I’m at it, what are your favorite pressing and ironing tricks and tools?