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Thread: New Ironing Board Cover

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    Senior Member mandyrose's Avatar
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    I like that fabric looks really good on the ironing board I'm way past due for a cover,fabric is not garish at all

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    Your ironing board cover came out nice. I like the fabric too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline S View Post
    Well believe it or not Sheri, I am using some of the fabric to make a sampler quilt. Someone will love it and the colors. Maybe even me when I am done with it.
    Love it. I was going to say a stack and whack would be beautiful in this fabric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmby0418 View Post
    that looks great..any one have an idea on how to make a new padding for the top? mine is so thin now that I get marks in my fabric when I iron on it.
    I use an old mattress pad to make new pads for my ironing board. I also use drop cloth fabric to make new ironing board covers. These are held on the board with a draw string so I can take them off and wash them when they get starch build up.

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    Super Member lpsewing's Avatar
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    cute fabric,looks great on your ironing board
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    Love the fabric. Beautiful ironing board cover.

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    I love your snappy new cover!

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    I thought I would post pics of the first two sampler blocks that I am making with this fabric for the QB 2013 BOM. I know this fabric, Patch of Roses by Hampton Print Works, was curtain or drapery fabric but it will be happy to live out it's life in a quilt.
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    Sweet Caroline

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    What a great idea! I know what you mean...my new cover is already stained and looks nasty!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    It's very cute! Did you test it to make sure the inexpensive colors won't run if you steam something?

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