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Thread: Ironing Center Drawers

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    This is beautiful! I Want One!!!
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    Wow! I love that. I have my ironing board set up at one end of the house and my sewing room at the other. Only if I am working on something that requires a gread deal of immediate ironing, will I move the set up next to the sewing machine. I like chain piecing so when I have enough done, I walk to the ironing board. I would love a set up like you have.

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    I want one!
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    Absolutely fantastic! Those would sell like hotcakes. I love my Ikea cutting/ironing table, but I have to agree, that slot for mats is the cat's meow.
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    This is wonderful... you should patten the design and sell it...

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    What a beautiful set up. And the space for the cutting mats is a great idea. I have one of mine slid behind book cases and one hanging.

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    Awesome...

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    Wow, that is awesome. I want one just like it.

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    Wonderful ironing center. You thought of everything! I especially like the area for your rulers.

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    This is amazing! Would love to have something like this, but would need a larger quilting room. If only! Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful!!! Love it. Did you do that? What a neat idea.

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    It is a wonderful table. I am wondering if you have room to turn the cutting table to the short side. I have mine that way so I can walk around 3 sides. It really makes a difference when cutting! Luann
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    No room to turn it, however I have a cutting table made out of an old bowling alley lane that is about twice the size of the ironing center, so I am pretty well set.

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    Wow, that is neat. I bet you will enjoy that

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    I absolutely love the shelf for mats and such, what a great idea. Love the whole concept for your ironing center.
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    That is just awesome!!! I'm jealous!!! Enjoy.
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    It looks great amd gives me an idea to do something similar with a desk I have in my sewing room. Thanks.

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    Holy Wow Is that custom made or what!!! Absolutely fantastic

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    Very pretty ironing center and so useful. Great idea.
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    Can you give us the length, width and height of your board? I"m in the process of redesigning my space and want to incorporate something like this. Really well done! Thanks!

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    The top is 63"X28" Piece of CDX plywood covered with a layer of warm and natural and duck cloth. The back is covered with a piece of felt.

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    Beautiful! Can I order one???

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    Love this idea, may take my mom's old dresser that needs refinishing and do just this! Thank's for posting!
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    Using an old dresser would sure save a lot of work, keep us posted.

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    This gave me an idea, I have a buffet downstairs doing nothing at this time, I think it can be used liked this. Take it and put a top on it to iron, cut etc. and use the drawers for all my rulers, mats etc. What u think, wow, thanks and now it will not be tossed out. My DH will not b happy, we were going to get it gone, lol but it will be a nice addition to my sewing room I am making in the basement and will have enough room for it too. I will sell my folding table and get more material now....oops. Will take pics and post when I do this......thanks, just love all the ideas and all on here....
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