Making a Large Pressing Station by Sewexcitedquilts

Summary

Category:
Quilting
Pattern:
Status:
Complete
Started:
2012-01-01T00:00:00Z
Finished:
2012-12-31T00:00:00Z
Tutorial:
None

Description

While sewing is required to make the top for the ironing board, it is not so much a "quilting" project as it is a nice to have. 

I made this when the ironing board stand I had was bent. The surface of the ironing board provides a 24 x 60 surface. Perfect for yards of fabric. 

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Skynme
Kathie

Comments

Skynme

I have a rickety iron board that I use and this would be so much better for large pieces. I love it! Maybe when I get my sewing room set up since right now I use the kitchen. Thanks for the detail on how to do this.

Terryt1955

What a great work surface as well! I'm like Skynme in that I'm waiting for that glorious time to have my own sewing room to set up something like this.Do you put any padding on the board before covering it with the teflon?

True

What a great idea!

Mymble

Really clever!

Quilt455

hmmm, wonder what my husband will be doing when we get back from vacation. Thanks for the tutorial.

Kathie

I have my husband on his way to Home Depot to start this project grin ! This is perfect . . . Thanks for the clever idea!

Sewexcitedquilts

Thank you, all I wished I had thought of it much sooner.

Terryt1955 The teflon cover had some padding.

Kathie

Sewexcitedquilts , my husband quickly completed mine thanks to your easy directions and I've ordered the Bo-Nash from Amazon (Ironside 2000 Giant Ironing board cover). I love it!

Sewexcitedquilts

Kathie Woo Hoo!

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