Quilting Irons and Ironing Accessories

Purchase a premium quality quilting iron press from Fat Quarter Shop today. Our collection of pressing irons for quilting has safe and reliable solutions for an array of fabric projects. Whether you’re searching for a mini iron for quilting on the go, a powerful cordless quilt iron, or an ironing board cover, we have the best options and prices to fit your project. Explore all our trusted quilting iron press products and accessories today!

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  1. Jaipur Yellow Ironing Mat and Glove Bundle | ironMATIK #BundleYellow
    Jaipur Yellow Ironing Mat and Glove Bundle
    ironMATIK #BundleYellow
    The Mat & Glove Bundle by ironMATIK is a two-piece collection of fashion-forward ...
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  2. Quilter's Pressing Fleece | The Featherweight Shop #QPF-1218
    Quilter's Pressing Fleece
    The Featherweight Shop #QPF-1218
    The 12" x 18" Quilter's Pressing Fleece is made of 100% pure and natural wool. I ...
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  3. 11.5" Large Tailor's Clapper | Jackson's Woodworks #JW01001
    11.5" Large Tailor's Clapper
    Jackson's Woodworks #JW01001
    11.5” Large Tailor's Clapper is perfect for pressing seams for quilting or sew ...
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  4. Best Press Spray Starch Citrus Grove Gallon Refill | Mary Ellen's #60038-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Citrus Grove Gallon Refill
    Mary Ellen's #60038-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Citrus Grove Gallon Refill is the best starch of its kin ...
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  5. Non Stick Pressing Sheet 18" x 18" | June Tailor #JT-235
    Non Stick Pressing Sheet 18" x 18"
    June Tailor #JT-235
    Non-Stick Pressing Sheet is great for protecting your iron and ironing board fro ...
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  6. Best Press Spray Starch Tea Rose Garden Gallon Refill | Mary Ellen's #60062-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Tea Rose Garden Gallon Refill
    Mary Ellen's #60062-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Tea Rose Garden Gallon Refill is the best starch of its ...
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  7. Mini 10" Round-About Set | Martelli #RA-10
    Mini 10" Round-About Set
    Martelli #RA-10
    Mini 10" Round-About Set is great for cutting and ironing small pieces. It featu ...
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  8. Best Press Spray Starch Linen Fresh Gallon Refill | Mary Ellen's #60065-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Linen Fresh Gallon Refill
    Mary Ellen's #60065-1
    Best Press Spray Starch Linen Fresh Gallon Refill is the best starch of its kind ...
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  9. Red Panasonic Ceramic Advanced Quilting Iron | Panasonic #NIQL2000R
    Red Panasonic Ceramic Advanced Quilting Iron
    Panasonic #NIQL2000R
    Featuring quilter-friendly features such as a fully flat, nonstick soleplate, 12 ...
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  10. Gold Panasonic Ceramic Advanced Quilting Iron | Panasonic #NIQL2000N
    Gold Panasonic Ceramic Advanced Quilting Iron
    Panasonic #NIQL2000N
    Featuring quilter-friendly features such as a fully flat, nonstick soleplate, 12 ...
    Price: $161.98 Sale: $161.98 each
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Quilting Irons Smooth the Way

Often overlooked or taken for granted, quilting irons can make your job a whole lot easier. Anyone who has grappled with wrinkly fabric will tell you that using a quality quilting iron will save you time and aggravation in the long run.

Pressing irons, as they are also called, are put into use after your material is washed and dried. It's much easier to cut and sew fabric that's smooth. Also, smooth fabric is larger than wrinkled fabric because the wrinkles cause the fabric to bunch up.

Along with pressing large swaths of cloth, you'll need an iron to press open your seams after you've stitched two pieces of fabric together. Pressing your seams helps them to lie flat and gives your quilting work a professional look.

Don't forget about the other nifty things your pressing iron can be used for – like affixing quilt labels to finished projects. Then there's fusible web, which uses the iron's heat to seal two pieces of fabric together for quilting. You can find fusible web with our applique notions.

While you absolutely need an iron for quilting, you can put it to work for many other sewing projects, too. Whatever pressing needs you may have, Fat Quarter Shop has the perfect electric iron for the job.

Shop for Quality Quilting Irons at Fat Quarter Shop

Make Fat Quarter Shop your first stop in your quest for quality quilting irons. We have a large selection of pressing irons along with the accessories you need to get a professional-looking press every time. Whether you're looking for a basic quilt iron or need something with plenty of bells and whistles, we have your iron – for quilting, sewing or just plain pressing. Find yours today!

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The Quilting Iron Features You Need

All of our quilting irons will give you a flat, crisp press, but if your iron is a workhouse, you may need a more robust model. When shopping for your electric iron, keep in mind how you plan to use it and which features and benefits are most important to you.

Following are some things to consider as you're looking at steam irons:

  • Heat Settings: If you're planning on using many different kinds of fabric, it's essential to be able to set your quilting iron to provide the correct measure of heat for each type of material. Without individual settings, you risk scorching or otherwise damaging delicate fabrics.
  • Displays: It's helpful to know when your iron has reached the desired temperature, which heat setting you're on and if you have sufficient water stored to complete your ironing project.
  • Steam Holes: A large number of steam holes (400+) ensures even steam distribution and helps prevent the quilting iron from sticking to your material.
  • Auto Shut-Off: There's no need to worry whether you turned off the iron or not. An auto shut-off engages when the iron hasn't been used for a prescribed period of time.
  • Anti-Drip Feature: This prevents water droplets from getting on your fabric when you move the iron.
  • Cord: Make sure the length of the cord is sufficient for your workspace. Some pressing irons come with retractable cords, which can be helpful in keeping your area neat and tidy. You also have the option of a cordless iron, which comes with a charger. Just make sure your iron is fully charged, so it's ready when you are.

How to Protect Your Ironing Board from Stains

Kimberly Jolly and Jill Finley of Jillily Studio show you how to keep your ironing table or pad clean from stains by using freezer paper! This is such a simple and cheap method to protect your ironing board. We hope you enjoy it.

Frequently Asked Questions About Quilting Irons


Have a question about quilting irons? Read on. If we still need to address your concern, please get in touch. We're here to support our stitchers in any way we can!


What Accessories Do I Need When Using an Iron Press?

Along with your iron press, you need an ironing board to work on. Many quilters find a mini-sized ironing board convenient because it's small and easy to stow away when not in use. Be sure to get a cover and pad to fit over your ironing board. Consider a non-stick ironing mat if you work with a lot of delicate fabrics. Along with the essentials, we have several nice-to-haves that can make your task easier. Explore our entire selection of ironing accessories.


Should I Use Tap or Distilled Water in My Quilt Iron?

Distilled water was once thought to be less corrosive than tap water, but experts sometimes have differing views. Follow the instructions that came with your quilt iron since the manufacturer knows which type of water is best for that model. Helpful tip: Drain your iron after using it so there's no standing water left, no matter what type of water you use.