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Thread: Stepped on my ironing board and broke it.

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    Super Member sustraley's Avatar
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    Stepped on my ironing board and broke it.

    I found this idea and thought I would give it a try. I had a wooden T.V. tray in a closet that had never been used. I actually inherited it from my son when he moved back temporarily from the Air Force. My quilt area is upstairs. My ironing board is downstairs. I previously had a small portable ironing board upstairs, until I accidently stepped on it. It cracked in half. I don't think I have to worry about stepping on this one. This will really come in handy when piecing quilts. Can't wait to use it.
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    Great idea and looks good too!

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    very nice! i love that fabric
    Nancy in western NY

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    that's cute... but how the heck did you step on an ironing board? Are you like really really tall?

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    Cool idea I like it.

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    Super Member sustraley's Avatar
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    SweetPeaches Ha Ha. It was a little portable thing. Very close to the floor.

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    It is a very neat idea. I've seen it done before, but yours is much nicer looking.

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    Seems quilters can improvise with just about anything! Good work!

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    wonderful idea i'll have to have me one of those to set by my chair so i don't have to get up to go iron.

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    How do you step on an ironing board? lol.
    katigirl

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