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    Senior Member mzzzquilts's Avatar
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    Ironing Pie Chart

    This is pretty much accurate in my case, I bet in yours too!
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    That is exactly like mine. How did you know, LOL
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Love it! This is embarrassing but my son stopped at my house after work because he had a job interview and needed to change shirts. His new shirt needed ironed. My ironing board is always set up. He never said a word, just went upstairs and ironed his shirt. I'm guessing most moms would have at least offered to iron their son's shirt LOL. So your pie chart fits me perfectly!
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    Looks like my pie chart too! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN View Post
    Love it! This is embarrassing but my son stopped at my house after work because he had a job interview and needed to change shirts. His new shirt needed ironed. My ironing board is always set up. He never said a word, just went upstairs and ironed his shirt. I'm guessing most moms would have at least offered to iron their son's shirt LOL. So your pie chart fits me perfectly!
    You trained him well JanRN!
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    my kind of pie.

    JanRN, aren't you very happy you taught him to iron and he is not afraid to do it. Occassionally my DH shirt collars do not come out of the dryer looking like thy should. Since my ironing board has become a permanent piece of furniture in the kitchen, he does whats needed. No complaints from me.
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    anyone else iron what you can inside out cause of the threads on your irong board?
    So many quilts, so little time.

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    Not if he knows how to iron. My husband irons his shirts. Sure nothing wrong with a guy ironing.
    Quote Originally Posted by janRN View Post
    Love it! This is embarrassing but my son stopped at my house after work because he had a job interview and needed to change shirts. His new shirt needed ironed. My ironing board is always set up. He never said a word, just went upstairs and ironed his shirt. I'm guessing most moms would have at least offered to iron their son's shirt LOL. So your pie chart fits me perfectly!

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    In my house I have a rule about ironing clothes. I wear it one time, wash & dry it. If it comes out of the dryer with a lot of wrinkles it goes into the give-away box.

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    Before I started patchwork, I used to joke that the holes in my steam iron had healed over from lack of use. My husband used to joke that it was time to iron or buy some more shirts.

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