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Kris replied on Sun, Jan 3 2010 6:49 AM

I bought a cover for my cutting table from KQ so I could use it for pressing. I love having all that space and I can put away the ironing board.

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Carol replied on Sun, Jan 3 2010 7:33 AM

masufa,

Great idea! I need something like that, think I'll try it, Thanks

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I don't mind having my ironing board up but for some projects espically when the project isn't a lg one I made my own ironing cloth that i just lay out on one end of my  cutting table. I made it from heat resistance batting and then some canvas fabric  and that way when i am not using it I just roll it up and put in a drawer.

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Nana replied on Mon, Jan 4 2010 3:14 PM

Dee

That is an excellent idea.  Space saving as well.

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http://www.angelfire.com/art3/elainesquiltyshop/

http://www.angelfire.com/art3/elainesquiltyshop/Iron.html

 

 

Here are my links to the ironing board we had our husbands make out of plywood.  You can see a picture it fits over our standard ironing boards.  We just used heat resistent batting / insulbright and canvas to cover. 

It suits the purpose ... it is customized to our boards and cheap... Hope this helps you.

 

Anna

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