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Thread: Photo #2 of quilt studio

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    Wendy's Avatar
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    Last one of the antiques, folks.

    I have an old wooden ironing board, 6 flat irons, a child-size wooden ironing board and child-size iron...all from antique shops or my grandmother. I plan to frame a poster of the "Dear Jane" quilt in Bennington, VT to hang above the ironiog boards.
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    Your ironing boards are beautiful. I love antiques.

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    Your antique ironing boards really add to your room. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing these, will all of us!! :D :D :D :D

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    Nice way to display your ironing boards. Thanks for the idea.

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    So cute. Love the way you arranged them.

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    Your ironing boards are neat the way you display them. Sad to say but many years ago I had an old wooden ironboard but it got misplaced or thrown out.

    BTW I love your hardwood floors.

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    Actually the floors are not hard wood...they are a laminate like Pergo that is in the wood grain style. They are great and easy to sweep and mop with only a little water. We are using the laminate in our entire basement (except for my husband's shop area).

    Wendy

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    How cool. I love your ironing boards

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