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Thread: How to make a Big Wood Ironing Board to fit over your Ironing Board

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    I printed out the instructions and I am going to leave them here by the computer. Maybe DH will make it while I am at the beach on our "quiltingboard retreat" this weekend. :lol:

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    A suggestion...make the ironing board 60" x 24". You will like the width 2" wider. You do not need the strips at the end of the board. It really does not move that much.

    Here is a page to print:
    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...48977559zToCRD

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    thanks for the link for us

    Quote Originally Posted by janeknapp
    A suggestion...make the ironing board 60" x 24". You will like the width 2" wider. You do not need the strips at the end of the board. It really does not move that much.

    Here is a page to print:
    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...48977559zToCRD

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    I like this one too,

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    thanks for this-I was just struggling w/ a queen quilt on the old narrow board and deciding if I would spring for one of the wide boards I have seen advertised-now I can make my own so much cheaper!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Doods
    I printed out the instructions and I am going to leave them here by the computer. Maybe DH will make it while I am at the beach on our "quiltingboard retreat" this weekend. :lol:
    He he! I am going to do the same!

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