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Thread: Ironing Center Complete

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    Very impressive! Good job.

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    What a great ironing station. You and hubby did a great job on it.

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    What an AWESOME ironing center. I am very green with envy. LOLOLOLOL Would you & your husband take requests? You are very, very, very LUCKY. I hope that you enjoy it.

    Have a blessed day.

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    Not only is your ironing station and cabinet great, I'm very intrigued by the tool holder on your longarm. Would you share how it's made?
    Thanks!
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    I used a piece of white oak and drilled some holes of varying sizes. I attached with a piece of flat bar steel drilling to match a couple of bolts on the frame.
    Here is a better picture.
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    Soo cool. What a great hubby. For sure you will enjoy both.

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    I love your choice of wood, very nice

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    awesome!! thanks for sharing!
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    Wonderful cabinets! Love the rustic look.

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    Very nice. The woodwork is beautiful.

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