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Thread: My new ironing table courtesy of QB posting.

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    Super Member Airwick156's Avatar
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    I was given a wooden TV tray on Tuesday, and tonight I turned it into an ironing board courtesy of the postings on the Quilting Board. I used a layer of warm and natural scrap and some other batting peice that looks like warm and natural but is white and then a double layer of flannel fabric all of it was from that fabric stash I got recently. So the total cost of the ironing table ZERO NADA. My neighbor even let me borrow her staple gun WITH STAPLES. lol

    My husband doing the last of the stapling...man that thing is hard to use.
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    The finished ironing table.
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    How neat! I think i have one of those tables,,hhhhhhmmmmmm.

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    great, glad you got one made and here is the link to know how to make one

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-123635-1.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    great, glad you got one made and here is the link to know how to make one

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-123635-1.htm
    Hehe...shame its so big or I would make one for a secret pal one day. LOL Wouldnt that just be the coolest thing to get in a secret pal package. LOL

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    You go girl! Now that's a true quilter. Want one? Make one! Grrr! Very cool. Doesn't it feel great when it's so great and it's zero/nada. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.I.Late
    You go girl! Now that's a true quilter. Want one? Make one! Grrr! Very cool. Doesn't it feel great when it's so great and it's zero/nada. Good job!
    Yep. Now...what should we invent now?

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    I have an old wooden typewriter table, I bet I can do that to the table and create a small ironing board, thanks for the idea.

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    I love it! I want one too- I will have to keep my eyes open for one at my local Goodwill. What a good idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    I was given a wooden TV tray on Tuesday, and tonight I turned it into an ironing board courtesy of the postings on the Quilting Board. I used a layer of warm and natural scrap and some other batting peice that looks like warm and natural but is white and then a double layer of flannel fabric all of it was from that fabric stash I got recently. So the total cost of the ironing table ZERO NADA. My neighbor even let me borrow her staple gun WITH STAPLES. lol
    You go girl :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    HeHe...I love it when someone shares an idea and others make use of them. Just think with one of these you wouldnt have to get up to iron all those strips lol. But you still do need to get up and stretch your body.

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