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Thread: polder ironing board vendor

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    Hi, does anyone know who the vendor was that sold the polder ironing boards at the Hampton,Va. quilt show in Feb.? I'd like to get in touch with him about an order.thanks.

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    have no idea, but will surf and see if I can find you some information

    I surfed and this is the link to the promoter and they have a phone #, I am sure you can call them and they can give your information on the vendor that sold them at the show

    http://www.quiltfest.com/contact.asp

    and this is where you can order the polder ironing boards from

    http://www.polderonline.com/ironing-boards.html

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    crafty bear, you are the most helpful person ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappy
    crafty bear, you are the most helpful person ever!
    :thumbup: I totally agree!!!! :D

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    I have this ironing board, it is an all time favorite, I purchased this at my LQS, try asking them about this board

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    Just curious -- is there something particularly special or different about this brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda B
    Just curious -- is there something particularly special or different about this brand?
    ditto

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    I have a Polder. It is wider and very sturdy. I love mine as much as you can love an ironing board (grin). I have the holder for the iron on the end.

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    thank you all for your help. I'll pass the information on to my daughter. the vendor was going to order the board for her but she neglected to get his name and number and hasn' heard from him.

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