On the 10th Day of Christmas

This portable mini iron is absolutely ideal for crafting, sewing or quilting 
whether you are at home OR traveling! It’s size makes it your perfect companion for quilting retreats or sew-ins! 

It has 4 temperature settings on a lighted digital control pad. 
We love how it heats and holds temperature in just seconds. 
It has 4 Iron head positions and the sole plate measures 2-3/8″ x 1-3/4″. 
The design of this iron allows you to get in to tiny places you wouldn’t normally be able to.  
And it shuts off automatically after 60 minutes.
We have had so many quilt shops come through the warehouse 
on the hunt for this little iron and now we know why.

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198 thoughts on “On the 10th Day of Christmas

  1. Santa should leave me this because I’m a clutz when it comes to big irons. I need something small that I can use and keep the big one for my husband. Thanks for the chance.

  2. Oh, Santa. I would love this little gem. I have a small ironing space next to my sewing machine and I keep hitting the wall with the tip of my iron as I pick it up and put it down. DH is not happy about that. This little baby would take care of that problem. Thanks for the chance to win. I am a follower.

  3. I have recently been taking my sewing “on the road”. A little iron like this would have been so handy! I would love to win so that next time I will be prepared. Thanks for the chance.

  4. I do a lot of miniature quilts and paper piecing so this would be great! I’ve tried several mini irons on the market but they just don’t seem to have much longivity. Would like to try this one….I like the style of it …looks as though it would be comfortable to use. Please Santa put one in my stocking this year.

  5. I’ve never seen this, it’s the perfect size for piecing. Moda Santa I’d really love to find this under my Christmas tree. Thank you for helping me with my Christmas list, your making so much easier. ;->

  6. Santa should leave me this because I would keep it by my sewing machine and use it every day. I bet it would make my piecing much more precise and that would help me to not say or think naughty words!

  7. What a great iron, I have problems getting my huge one into small corners! Plus I have to get up every couple of minutes to go to my ironing board, which is not very relaxing!

  8. Would love that, Santa. You are one thoughtful fellow!

    It would save me many steps as I tend to press a long hall away from the sewing machine.

  9. I’ve heard about these but haven’t seen one – I’d love to have this for applique, and to sit next to my sewing table for quick seam pressing. And there’s just enough room for it in my stocking!

  10. Dear Santa, this certainly will fit in my stocking better than a standard iron LOL, but I think this would work wonders for my applique work and I wouldn’t be burning my ironing board and my fingers nearly as much.

  11. Dear Santa, please leave this in my stocking because I have just started to try my luck at applique quilts and this would make it so much easier. Thanks.

  12. I’m new to quilting and can use all of the tools I can get to help me be successful with my projects. Thanks for the chance!

  13. I would like to have this left in my friend, Cathy J, stocking because she has been working hard and had many set backs recently. This would be extremely helpful for her with all the beautiful mural quilts she makes! Please consider making her holiday a little brighter, she could use a warm hug and smile 🙂

  14. This would be such a great iron for traveling. I’ve spent some sewing weekends with friends and either the hostess doesn’t have a great iron or someone is hogging this. This little gem would solve both problems.

  15. I would love for santa leave this litte iron in my stocking. It would work perfectly for all the new classes I’ve signed up to participate in.

    Thanks for the chance~Becky

  16. Oh Santa, please leave this in my stocking, I attend so many quilting retreats throughout the year that this would be an awesome gift and help ease my packing load.

  17. Oh my goodness…I think this is exactly what I need. I have arthritic hands and the other irons are difficult to hold onto…but this one has a fuller handle and it would eliminate so much pain. I NEED this PETITE PRESS MINI IRON. Oh Santa, PLEASE!

  18. I’m hoping Santa will leave me this gift because as a quilter it is exactly what I need for patchwork and applique. Hoping I win this one.

  19. This iron is the perfect size for taking to my quilting group sew days.
    It would also be perfect to have by my sewing machine! Thanks for the chance!

  20. You have such a pressing situation on deciding which lucky person to choose. Pick me, Pick me, Pick me!!!(I’m really not greedy, I just need this iron.)

  21. What a cute accessory! This would be a great way for me to have an iron near my desk and not have to trek all the way across the house to the laundry room each time I need to press a seam. The only drawback would be not getting as much exercise …

  22. This would be wonderful for me to have. I’d be more apt to take more classes locally with this because I wouldn’t have to get up and down to go to the ironing board during class. My knees are both very bad and walking causes me great pain so having this accessible to me by my machine would make things so much easier.

  23. I have wanted one of these for a long time, so I’m hoping Santa will put this one in my stocking.
    I just don’t like dragging my big heavy iron out for some of the little pressing I need to do.

  24. This is such a sweet little iron and one I would love to add to my sewing tools! Perfect for those small projects, and for travel to classes! Thanks for the chance 🙂

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

  25. i follow your blog and would love love love this mini iron! it would be so nice to have next to my machine…or to take to my sit and sew where we sit crammed onto tables…would be fun to share it with all my local sewing friends!

  26. I would really really like to win this iron. I have seen it in person and have been looking high and low for one of them! If I don’t win I know where to tell my lqs to look for one!

  27. Oh, Oh, Oh, I need one of these…BAD, LOL! I tried the other kind and j=it just doesn’t get hot enough and this one looks perfect! Thank You and Happy Holidays!!!

    vbehymer at gmail

  28. Wow! I did not realize how nice the mini’s were now. Been thinking about getting one, so when I have my surgery on my foot in a few weeks, I could still sit and sew. I have my sewing machine where I can turn to the right and cut, but this way I could turn to the left and press as well, without having to hobble across the room!

  29. Santa should leave me this because I’ve been spending so much time doing applique for gifts–this would be so helpful! And…I feel like I spend A LOT of time pressing when I’m sewing :O)

  30. A long time ago when I was very young, I can remember my Daddy making my Mother a miniature ironing board for pressing her seams which I have inherited…this iron would would work just perfectly with it!

  31. What a fantastic iron. It would be perfect right beside the sewing machine and handy to take to my weekly quilt gathering. I’d love to find one in my Christmas stocking.

  32. such a nice, useful little gift! i’ve a small iron, but it doesn’t get hot and the cord keeps falling out. that has put me off getting another small iron. would love to win this one and give it a try. thanx for the chance to do so.

  33. I would love to try this product. I have been doing a lot of hand applique and the little iron would be great for pressing back that 1/4″ allowance.

    Thanks for a chance. and Happy Holidays to you and yours

  34. I’d love to win this little iron. Right now my ironing board & iron are out in the hall, because there’s no room where I sew. But a small iron & ironing pad would work on the left side of my sewing table. Thanks for the chance to win.

  35. I’d love this mini iron! I have a mini workspace so this would save me!! Thanks for the chances at winning so many wonderful treats 🙂 Happy holidays.

  36. Oh, SANTA!!! I NEED this wonderful little iron in my sewing room so badly! I have my mothers sleeve board-it is over 50 years old-don’t ask how I know!-in my sewing room to press my quilt pieces. I use a full size iron and it it just TOO big! I just HAVE to have one of these!!

  37. Oh, please, oh, please, oh, please, oh, please!!!! I’d love to have this in my stocking!!!! Oh, please, oh, please, oh, please, oh, please!!!! (A-hem. Any points for begging?) =)

  38. I have such a small sewing room. This would be amazingly convenient. I really look forward to seeing what you offer for the different days of Christmas. I love having the chances to win. Thank you very much.

  39. This would be wonderful to have to use with my mini ironing board that I have. This would be the perfect solution for me while I’m in my studio, as I don’t have enough room for a full size board and iron!

  40. This little iron is absolutely the perfect thing for my studio and to carry to my quilt bees and classes. I have a larger travel iron but it is quite bulky so I don’t usually take it along.

  41. This mini iron looks fantastic! It looks the absolute perfect size for ironing those seams. I would keep it close to my sewing machine so I didn’t have to keep getting up to use the full-size iron.

  42. This iron looks like a excellent replacement for my tiny Clover iron (which I can still easily burn my little fingers). I’d love to see this in my stocking! Please Santa.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  43. What a cool iron! I made a little pressing table to iron seams on that sits next to me and my sewing machine. This would be perfect for that little table. Oh Santa Please!

  44. As a new quilter, I would be delighted to have this as I build up my quilting supplies. Would you please leave this in my stocking, Santa?

  45. OH Santa!!! This would be so wonderful to have under the tree this Christmas!! My plans are to use up my scrap stash for 2013 and I would love to have this little baby sitting close by to help with the appliques and pressing!!

  46. I would like Santa to leave this for me because my regular (only) iron just gets so heavy that if I’m pressing a lot of seams, I have to keep stopping to rest my wrist due to arthritis. I think Santa knows that this would be a very welcome gift.


  47. Oh boy, Oh boy, Oh boy would I every love to have this cutie pie in my stocking. No more burnt fingers trying to get into those little spots with my big ole iron. This is the sweetest little iron I have every seen. I would love to have it but would be glad for whomever wins but a girl could wish:)

    I am a follower – Thank you so very much for this wonderful chance.

    sandyb20 at gmail dot com

  48. Oh Santa, please bring me this terrific mini travel iron. I am having to travel a lot on business and although I have my sewing machine with me, the hotel iron isn’t the nicest thing to deal with. I would so love to pack this in my suitcase on my next trip right after Christmas and still meet the airlines weight limits.

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