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Thread: How to Make a New Ironing Board Cover, You must see this!

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    http://www.instructables.com/id/Fabu...g-Board-Cover/

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    I made a cover a few years ago but I like this method better, thanks for sharing.

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    Great tut and perfect timing for me since I need to make a cover for an old ironing board that I bought at flee market. It is a nice big board, but the store bought covers are too small. Thanks for this tut!

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    Now I can pick a fabric to cheer me up when ironing. Do you think it would help to ScotchGuard it a couple of times?

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    thanks!

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    Thanks craftybear, been wanting to do tis.

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    Great Tute! Got it on my to do list!

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    Love this!!

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    Love this!!

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    Thanks, Crafty! I've been in great need of a new cover for my outsized ironing board and you must have ESP as I just ordered some fabulous "Bobbins & Bits" fabric from Connecting Threads for my project. Thinking of making some coordinated covers for my seat pad, SM dust cover, etc. I'll try to post when I'm done!

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    cool, can't wait to see what all you make

    Quote Originally Posted by kwilter
    Thanks, Crafty! I've been in great need of a new cover for my outsized ironing board and you must have ESP as I just ordered some fabulous "Bobbins & Bits" fabric from Connecting Threads for my project. Thinking of making some coordinated covers for my seat pad, SM dust cover, etc. I'll try to post when I'm done!

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    Thank You

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