On the underside I nailed two square dowels so that it won’t shift back and forth as I’m pressing. It didn’t take long to staple to the board – I was able to use my cutting table to hold the board so I didn’t have to do it on the floor. In Sharon’s video she said she has one folding table completely covered in this pressing surface so she can do borders and things! I think this will work for a while. If it gets dirty I’ll just recover it with new canvas.
I also finished my shop sample for my class that I’m teaching in February. I like the way this one turned out and I think the fabrics are really cute. It seemed to go together much easier than the first one.