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Thread: Ironing area before and after

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    Super Member Deborahlees's Avatar
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    what a great idea.....bet you could do something similiar with perhaps a find from either the Goodwill or Salvantion Army, an old babychanging table or chest of drawers. I am currently using an old kitchen chopping block table with wire baskets on the bottom, that I put all my embroidery hops in and hang my spray starch from....

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    I had to show hubby this! It is brilliant!
    Brenda

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    Nice! Love that it's on wheels!

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    Very clever and awesome for storage. A friend of mine uses a tool box to put her 10 needle embroidery machine on because it is so sturdy and is great to store all the hoops and things in. Love the ironing board idea.
    Kathleen

    Remember, people will see your quilts long after you are gone....NOT your housework!

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    WOW!!! What a great idea. Looks fabulous!!! Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I want one. What a wonderful idea. Space saving, sturdy, movable, and cool all in one. I'm showing my hubby this! :-)
    Cindy

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    What a great idea. You created so much storage to boot...very impressive.

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    What a fantastic idea. I think everyone should have one of those.

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    My DH made me one like that and I really like it. I use it on top of my large cutting table. There is room at one end to leave it there all the time.
    Texas Sunshine, piney woods of NE Texas

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    Amazing. I envy you.

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