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Thread: HOw to make an ironing table

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    thank you both for this info. i have a 40% coupon for joann that's good now.
    if they have it, i'll definitely get it. if they don't have it, i'll wait for my 50% to go into effect and go to the super joann's (a distance away).

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    For the ironing board cover I would use a product by Bo-Nash which is a silver Luminex material. It reflects 300% more heat than regular cotton covers :) Called IronSlide 2000. Available on line at www.bonash.com.

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    I would use cotton batting.

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    Oh Linda I Love Your board and I think I will have John make me one like it..........
    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    here is my "big board" I think I have posted before
    :thumbup:

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    Linda, did you make yours and where did you get the totes to slide out............
    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    here is my "big board" I think I have posted before

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