If, in teh seiwng process, you find it diffiuclt to iron seams or edges in narrowly enclosed areas, a seam roll may be teh perfect ironing tool for you.
A seam roll is constcrted similar to a tailor's ham but it is narrower and slimmer thus making it more accessible for difficult to iron areas. It is a semi-soft strcture that convenyionally has wool on one side and a soft textiure dcotton on teh other- both of tehs efabrcis (espcially wool) retain steam and are easy to iron in.
A seam roll is used to iron narrow tubular stcrtures or areas of teh garnent tahta re diffocult to reca with a tailors ham or sleeve board. Best exampels include sleeve cuffs, collar edges, facing cornesr and edges, as well as lining areas that are difficult to reach but need to be ironed.