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Thread: ♥ Ironing Board Slip Cover Tutorial

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    ♥ Ironing Board Slip Cover Tutorial

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    http://quiltingforbeginners.blogspot.com/
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    Craftybear - you always share the BEST links! Now I know what I can do with some of my fabric that I just can't seem to get in to a quilt...lol. Thanks for sharing.
    Linda

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    you are very welcome, I love surfing for links for all of us

    Quote Originally Posted by lfstamper View Post
    Craftybear - you always share the BEST links! Now I know what I can do with some of my fabric that I just can't seem to get in to a quilt...lol. Thanks for sharing.
    ♥ Craftybear♥ Google Goddess Surfing Queen of Links ♥
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    I like it, thanks!
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    Great tute...I love the crafty things you come up with to share with us. Hope you find a site for that iron caddy thingy.

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    thanks for this link, I REALLY need to make one for my UGLLEE ironing board!

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    Thank you for sharing! Making a new ironing board cover is on my list of things to do. Love the site!
    Love 4 stchen

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    Just what I've been looking for, CraftyBear! Thanks!

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    Thanks so much!! I "saved as" for future reference!
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    Cute, thank you for adding the link.

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