Fill a spray bottle with water.
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Dampen a white cotton dishtowel and place it over the Aida cloth. Iron back and forth with an iron on medium setting. The steam should take out the crease.
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You can make your own wrinkle releaser. 1 cup fabric softener in a spray bottle, fill with warm water and shake. Then spray.
I gently hand wash and then smooth it out on a flat surface. Usually that's all it takes. Good luck and stay safe!
Hi Linda: I usually wash it and get it pretty dry, but not completely, put it on my ironing board pull it tight and stick some non-rusting straight pins in it vertically, to keep it taught and let it dry. Then, once it's dry - usually over night - I will remove the pins, spray it with a bit of water and iron it. This works for me. Good luck
Use Iron on steam............That should do it!
Can you steam it?
I've always just used a steam iron. Work from the middle out in every direction. If there is one cranky fold - then spritz that with water and steam again until it's dry.
My best trick for getting wrinkles out of fabric is to use a steam iron but also spray the fabric down with a water bottle. Washing it and pulling it right out of the dryer may also help if you don't have an iron or a spray bottle.
water bottle and low heat on the iron. Slowly turn up the heat until the wrinkles are removed.
Hi Linda, I have done this with cotton towels and the iron on low, lay a towel on the ironing board, lay the aida face down, put the other towel over it and press for a few seconds, check and repeat until wrinkles are gone, test a small corner first store ensure it will not bleed colors