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Thread: "The Perfect Pressing Board"

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    Super Member ChubbyBunny's Avatar
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    As some of you know, I recently took a class taught by Sharon Schamber. During class she discussed pressing boards and how important they were for quilting. They are super easy and inexpensive to make. My dh made 2 for me today. Sharon provides a free video explaining how to make them:

    http://sharonschambernetwork.com/Cla...ing-Board.aspx

    Large pressing board sitting on top of a cabinet in my sewing room.
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    Small pressing board for taking to classes.
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    Awesome! thank you for sharing your's and the link too :D:D:D

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    Thanks!

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    Both of them are totally awesome!!! Thanks for sharing the link as well!!!

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    Thanks for sharing! I need one.

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    That's so cool and I love knowing about the hard surface. I think I will make one soon. Thanks SOOOOO much for sharing.

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    DH bought a metal cabinet today that is going to make me a perfect pressing table :)

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    Hey Thanks! And if you happen to scorch something (like I did today!) all you need to do is wipe the spot with peroxide and use a warm iron on it. Poof, it's gone!

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    Thanks so much for sharing! DH watched the video with me and, as soon as it was finished, asked, "So, what size do you want?" Yippee!! :D

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    Thanks for sharing.

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