Tailor's Pressing Ham

Tailor's Pressing Ham

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We're pleased to offer you a FREE pattern for a Tailor's Pressing Ham.  A firmly-stuffed, rounded pressing mould, a tailor's pressing ham is indispensable when pressing curved or shaped seams. 

This pattern includes pieces for both a regular ham and a sleeve ham.

Take the time to press seams well, and we think you'll be thrilled with the results.  We hope you find it to be a useful addition to your sewing supplies.

Lisa  xox

Customer Reviews

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christine doherty (Alfreton, GB)
Tailors pressing ham

Really enjoyed making this, very clear and easy instructions to follow with the added bonus of saving a lot of money as they are quite expensive to buy. Thank you Twig +Tale 😄

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olia klom (Limassol, CY)
they are perfect

thank you so much
i use them every time.

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Mai Sigrid Aagesen (Kristiansand, NO)
Perfect

Simple and yet amazing to have as an equipment in my sewing room. The recipe was easy to understand, even for me who's first language isn't english. Highly reccomend!

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Suzete Williams (York, GB)
Great pattern

Very easy to make. Many thanks for the free pattern.

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Amy Klodzen (Fishers, US)
Pressing Ham Pattern

Thanks for the free pattern. The directions were easy to follow. I made the outer layer from a felted wool sweater from the thrift shop. I used the rest of the sweater to stuff it. No waste!

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Kate Carvalho (Auckland, NZ)
Great pattern!

Many thanks for this great pattern! As usual an A+ pattern from Twig + Tale

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Rachel (Auckland, NZ)
Thumb workout

Made the sleeve ham, got super confused about lining and inner/right and wrong sides together when reading from instruction sheet; so in the end just used common sense and it worked out. Over thinking it, maybe?! Used sawdust and packed like crazy one evening in front of telly. had to keep stopping for rests as my thumbs got so sore! I packed that ham like the car boot on a camping trip!!

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Matilda (Sydney, AU)
Hamming it up!!

I loved the pattern So easy to do. I made the hams with wool on one side & cotton on the other. Happy with the results

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Margaret Thorpe (Coventry, GB)
Tailor's Ham, free pattern

Great pattern, money saving and stash busting. Well worth the effort. Easy to follow instruction, and I had all the requirements in my stash. I stuffed it with Aubiose ( as I am allergic to sawdust). It works well and I am delighted with this addition to my sewing kit. Many thanks for a great idea.

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Rachel (Derby, GB)
Fantastic pattern

Thank you for the free pattern.
It's really straightforward and easy to sew.
I used cheap tartan fat quarters and a twill remnant to make them and stuffed them with wood shavings from the pet shop.
I found it tricky to stuff them but my husband cut down a pop bottle to make a funnel and we used a bamboo cane to poke the stuffing in.
I now have fantastic useful hams in my sewing kit.

Customer Reviews

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christine doherty (Alfreton, GB)
Tailors pressing ham

Really enjoyed making this, very clear and easy instructions to follow with the added bonus of saving a lot of money as they are quite expensive to buy. Thank you Twig +Tale 😄

o
olia klom (Limassol, CY)
they are perfect

thank you so much
i use them every time.

M
Mai Sigrid Aagesen (Kristiansand, NO)
Perfect

Simple and yet amazing to have as an equipment in my sewing room. The recipe was easy to understand, even for me who's first language isn't english. Highly reccomend!

S
Suzete Williams (York, GB)
Great pattern

Very easy to make. Many thanks for the free pattern.

A
Amy Klodzen (Fishers, US)
Pressing Ham Pattern

Thanks for the free pattern. The directions were easy to follow. I made the outer layer from a felted wool sweater from the thrift shop. I used the rest of the sweater to stuff it. No waste!

K
Kate Carvalho (Auckland, NZ)
Great pattern!

Many thanks for this great pattern! As usual an A+ pattern from Twig + Tale

R
Rachel (Auckland, NZ)
Thumb workout

Made the sleeve ham, got super confused about lining and inner/right and wrong sides together when reading from instruction sheet; so in the end just used common sense and it worked out. Over thinking it, maybe?! Used sawdust and packed like crazy one evening in front of telly. had to keep stopping for rests as my thumbs got so sore! I packed that ham like the car boot on a camping trip!!

M
Matilda (Sydney, AU)
Hamming it up!!

I loved the pattern So easy to do. I made the hams with wool on one side & cotton on the other. Happy with the results

M
Margaret Thorpe (Coventry, GB)
Tailor's Ham, free pattern

Great pattern, money saving and stash busting. Well worth the effort. Easy to follow instruction, and I had all the requirements in my stash. I stuffed it with Aubiose ( as I am allergic to sawdust). It works well and I am delighted with this addition to my sewing kit. Many thanks for a great idea.

R
Rachel (Derby, GB)
Fantastic pattern

Thank you for the free pattern.
It's really straightforward and easy to sew.
I used cheap tartan fat quarters and a twill remnant to make them and stuffed them with wood shavings from the pet shop.
I found it tricky to stuff them but my husband cut down a pop bottle to make a funnel and we used a bamboo cane to poke the stuffing in.
I now have fantastic useful hams in my sewing kit.