your tricks worked, thank you so much. have to make some pic to place here for you to see - no time for that now but the creases are gone 8-)
What method worked for you?
Hi Bev, I ironed lightly from the back with protector sheet and heat on OO dots which is medium heat on my iron. did not rest and kept the iron moving - dont have a blow dryer 8-) pics still to come and sewn project bag for knitting too, test courage impulse is needed to embroider the vinyl
should read next courage impulse
thanks for asking I also wondered how to. Marian
Thank you - you are welcome
Have seen on other sites where people have used a pressing cloth & low heat on the back side to get the wrinkles out. All I have gotten has been on a roll or sheets. Let us know how it works.
Thank you - yes I will show pics here
I use to have an upholstery business, some times they would bring me some vinyl of theirs to use and it would be folded. I would have to use a blow dyer to get the creases out then put it on a card board roll.
Thank you very much
Same suggestion as others offered. Roll onto an empty paper towel paper cone when storing away. I found this out the hard way. Had some folded and nope-definitely NOT the way to go.
I do it from the back with a low heat and some steam. I know others use the sun or a blow dryer.
when you get the wrinkles out roll it instead of folding for storage
Thank you, Yep will roll it afterwards
heat usually relaxes the wrinkles, is there a sunny spot you could lay it flat in or someplace warm, you could try a blow dryer on the back but not too hot, it can melt if overheated
That would have been my suggestion as well.
Thanks you 2 will try that too