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Thread: This ironing board is great

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    Wink This ironing board is great

    Omg! I took the boards advice... Went to walmart online and ordered the extra wide ironing board,and i love it, sturdy, and has a nice iron rest, and a little mini board all for 42.00 thank god for this quilting board i can't be without it...lol i wait all day so i can sit after dinner and check out all the new ideas love u guys....linda from rhode island

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    It is an addicting place. Glad the ironing board and Quilting board both worked out for you!
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    I've been drooling over a large piece of plywood in my DH's shop. I made an ironing board out of a piece of plywood
    18" X 48". I could have made it longer and wished I had. Found out really quickly that I didn't really have any room to set the iron down and still be able to smooth out a length of fabric 45" wide. This new piece of plywood is about 24" X 53". That would be a really nice size. I set my board on a table which is 24" X 48" and I raised it up with PVC pipe over the legs.
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    I'll have to ck this out. thanks for sharing!
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    I'll Check it out, thanks!!!

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    Great ideas for an ironing board center!
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    this is the ironing board i have except i didnt get the smaller ironing board i got a small metal shelf that goes under my ironong board

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    Ironing board

    Is it rectangular shaped or shaped like a regular ironing board, but wider?

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    Kathy it is 18 x 48, just like reg ironing board but wider...I got one several months ago and love, love, love it. I did go to Bed, Bath & Beyond and got a thick ironing board cover - just put it on over the one that came with it, used one of my 20% off coupons. The board is nice and heavy too...You can't go wrong for the price.

    Quote Originally Posted by KathyPhillips View Post
    Is it rectangular shaped or shaped like a regular ironing board, but wider?

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    I looked online at Walmart after I saw this thread and did not see a wider ironing board.
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    Good Morning crzy4qults, and Everyone,

    Just went to Walmart site and bought this ironing board and a few other items. I didn't know they had an on-line site. WOW! I am not in trouble but prices are great. Now I have all my everyday shirts for the summer.

    Thanks for posting about this board,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom View Post
    I looked online at Walmart after I saw this thread and did not see a wider ironing board.
    Me too - none there.....
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    me three nothing

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    I asked my son to check his nearby Costco to see of they had the ironing board and if it wasn't too costly or heavy, I would go get it (50 miles away). He emailed me the next day and said I got it and will bring it to you as a gift!

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    Costco has them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crzy4qults View Post
    Omg! I took the boards advice... Went to walmart online and ordered the extra wide ironing board,and i love it, sturdy, and has a nice iron rest, and a little mini board all for 42.00 thank god for this quilting board i can't be without it...lol i wait all day so i can sit after dinner and check out all the new ideas love u guys....linda from rhode island
    Where do I go to see this ironing board, would like to see it, thanks
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    I have had one for a few months now and love it!! I, too, got the shelf underneath but I already had one of the smaller cutting boards that rotates so I just plop it on top if I don't need my big one! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom View Post
    I looked online at Walmart after I saw this thread and did not see a wider ironing board.
    PAT U HAVE TO GO TO WALMART.COM THEY ONLY SELL IT ONLINE...YOU ORDERIT AND THEY SHIP IT TO THE STORE OF YOUR CHOICE FOR FREE... THEN THEY EMAIL U WHEN IT COMES IN ABOUT 3 DAYS AND YOU GO TO THE STORE TO PICK IT UP

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    I purchased a large board at my local WalMart Supercenter that may be the board you are talking about. It is 18 in wide and 49 in long for the Ironing Surface and then there is a iron stand on th end of that it has a hanger rack that raises up for the freshing ironed shirts, pants, etc. There is also a metal rack or shelf about 1/2 down underneath, mine came with a fabric basket attached to it with velcro. I know I have had this one about 5 years and it is very sturdy. My DH plans to take some plywood and make me a big board 24 inches wide and the full length of this board for ironing large yardage and quilts..
    Take a tape measure with you and measure the boards at your local WM. They may have it in stock and you don't realize it.

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    Hi, I have one of those ironing boards too and love it. I didn't get the smaller one, but I have a small one next to my Sewing Machine, but like the big one for big projects....

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    I've had my big ironing board for a few years and love it. Oh by the way crzyqults I'm also from Rhode Island and belong to IRQG in Pawtucket.

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    I'm in such a small apartment but I'd love to have a wide board, planning on moving as soon as I can, then I plan on my own sewing room! That would be a treat all it's own!!
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    Once you use the big board you wonder how you ever managed with the standard one.

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    I found this one online:
    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Household-...Board/17723669

    It's much cheaper.
    Oh and hi

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