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Thread: Storage pouch for hot iron

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    Senior Member Handcraftsbyjen's Avatar
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    There's a pattern for the sole plate of the iron that you can make and there's also a pattern called Iron Caddy (and there's a Jr. size of it).

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    A lady in my quilt guild made up some travel/ironing mats that are great. You can iron on it; put your hot iron in it when finished and it folds around the iron and buttons into place. Everyone that has seen them wants one. I don't know if there is a pattern for them but you could try a search. Good luck.

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    Here's a link for a free pattern and tutorial:

    http://api.ning.com/files/aJybRxMwi2...nCaddyTote.pdf

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    Bonnie Hunter posted pictures last week? about a hot iron caddy. I think it was made by Black & Decker and it was a heat proof plastic case with a built in carrying handle. It was pretty spiffy!

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    NOT Black & Decker but the Sunbeam Hot Iron Storage Case. It was posted on www.quiltville.blogspot.com on April 14 and Bonnie found it listed at Amazon for $6.88?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    http://www.sisterscommonthread.com/caddy/ shows three sizes

    Here is one I made using the smallest the smallest size
    Attachment 409337

    Nice! I went to a workshop and made one of these. Yours looks nicer! Everyone thinks it's a purse! I found a small galvanized bucket is fast and easy to transport my iron and I don't have to worry about any water leaks.
    Got fabric?

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    http://www.sisterscommonthread.com/caddy/ has three sizes of iron caddies

    This is the travel size tote that I made

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