My robe is more wrinkled than I am
June 25, 2012 12:53 PM Subscribe
I just finished sewing a kimono-style bathrobe
out of 100% woven cotton fabric. When it came out of the dryer, the belt, bottom hem, and front band were wrinkled enough that I had to iron them. Ironing a bathrobe is not what I signed up for! Short of taking the robe apart to put interfacing in to prevent wrinkles, is there anything I can do? In case it matters, I have a HE front-loading washer and the matching dryer; the robe was washed in warm water and dried on normal heat, then removed immediately. The fabric was washed once before being cut, and I was scrupulous about laying the pieces out on the grain.
posted by DrGail to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (5 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite