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Thread: Tabletop Ironing Pad Tutorial

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    TeeHee, just knew you would have one with more pictures!! Love this one.

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    Thanks for sharing. Love it. I'll have to book mark it until I can make one. ♥♥

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    Everyone is welcome, thought it was a cute way for an ironing pad

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    Thank you Craftybear! When you write "a must see", I'm afraid not to. lol It's always something wonderful and once again, the ironing board cover was. I was dreading buying a new cover. I have the large, heavy ironing board and the cover is over $20.00 now. I can actually do this (I think). Thank you, again, for finding all these easy ways to do that which seems difficult.

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    you are very welcome, I love surfing and finding cool things for all of us

    Quote Originally Posted by carolknows
    Thank you Craftybear! When you write "a must see", I'm afraid not to. lol It's always something wonderful and once again, the ironing board cover was. I was dreading buying a new cover. I have the large, heavy ironing board and the cover is over $20.00 now. I can actually do this (I think). Thank you, again, for finding all these easy ways to do that which seems difficult.

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    Nice idea, Thank you very much

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    I DO like this idea! I have an expensve one that transfers the heat TO the table and I am afraid to use it! Thanks!

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