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Thread: This ironing board is great

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    Member crzy4qults's Avatar
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    Wink This ironing board is great

    Omg! I took the boards advice... Went to walmart online and ordered the extra wide ironing board,and i love it, sturdy, and has a nice iron rest, and a little mini board all for 42.00 thank god for this quilting board i can't be without it...lol i wait all day so i can sit after dinner and check out all the new ideas love u guys....linda from rhode island

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    It is an addicting place. Glad the ironing board and Quilting board both worked out for you!
    Linda

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    I've been drooling over a large piece of plywood in my DH's shop. I made an ironing board out of a piece of plywood
    18" X 48". I could have made it longer and wished I had. Found out really quickly that I didn't really have any room to set the iron down and still be able to smooth out a length of fabric 45" wide. This new piece of plywood is about 24" X 53". That would be a really nice size. I set my board on a table which is 24" X 48" and I raised it up with PVC pipe over the legs.
    SittingPretty

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    I'll have to ck this out. thanks for sharing!
    Suzanne
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    I'll Check it out, thanks!!!

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    Great ideas for an ironing board center!
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    this is the ironing board i have except i didnt get the smaller ironing board i got a small metal shelf that goes under my ironong board

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    Ironing board

    Is it rectangular shaped or shaped like a regular ironing board, but wider?

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    Kathy it is 18 x 48, just like reg ironing board but wider...I got one several months ago and love, love, love it. I did go to Bed, Bath & Beyond and got a thick ironing board cover - just put it on over the one that came with it, used one of my 20% off coupons. The board is nice and heavy too...You can't go wrong for the price.

    Quote Originally Posted by KathyPhillips View Post
    Is it rectangular shaped or shaped like a regular ironing board, but wider?

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    I looked online at Walmart after I saw this thread and did not see a wider ironing board.
    Pat

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