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Thread: Part 2 Wide ironing boards at Wal-Mart

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    I bought the same board at my local Walmart, Target also carries them.
    Glad to know the covers are available.

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    I made a bit ironing board - tutorial is in the tutorial section here - but man this sounds so much lighter to deal with! I'm so tempted to get it. I know that my husband would think I was nuts if I got this one - especially with us moving and all... I've been on a minor buying binge for things for the new house..... What's another $40 right? He might not notice it and he rarely ever comes in to my craft room....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
    I made a bit ironing board - tutorial is in the tutorial section here - but man this sounds so much lighter to deal with! I'm so tempted to get it. I know that my husband would think I was nuts if I got this one - especially with us moving and all... I've been on a minor buying binge for things for the new house..... What's another $40 right? He might not notice it and he rarely ever comes in to my craft room....
    HA HA HA HA - my husband about FLIPPED when I told him that I was buying another ironing board. He response was something like - are you collecting ironing board now like you do sewing machines? Well, no. The board I replaced went to the thrift store. It wasn't the best, but was useable

    BTW - I went from one of the older T leg boards - the ones where you have one leg and a perpendicular piece actually hits the floor. Well the house we live in now is all hardwood floors. The T leg board was ALWAYS wobbly because of the age of the floors and them not being perfect flat anymore.

    With this one, it has the four individual feet and what a difference that has made. So firm and steady now it is a joy to iron - at least for quilting. ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-)

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    I think I will be making a trip to Wal-Mart today.

    mltquilt

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    Could someone post a link? I went online and the ones I saw don't look any wider than usual. How wide is the wide one?

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    does it come with a cover? i have one that is 14x55 long already and got a good cover for it. hate to change.

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    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ndingMethod=rr

    The pressing top of the board is 18" x48". HTH

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    This is a great alternative to making one. Will have to look for one next time I go. Would love to have the extra space and not have that skinny part to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    I bought a wide ironing board at one of our Wal-Marts Friday, and I was curious to see if that ironing board was at our other Wal-Marts. So today I stopped at a second Wal-Mart, and they had five of them, plus they had replacement covers for $9.22. The Ironing board is $39.97.

    I am very pleased with my ironing board. I hope that if you are one who wants one, that your Wal-Mart has them.
    Is this the ironing board you purchased?
    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Canopy-Wid...Board/15727182

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    Yes, that is the one I got. I love it.

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