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Thread: Sharing my new ironing center

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    Very nice. I have an old wheeled kitchen island that I don't know what to do with. I may steal this from you.

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    one smart piece of furn.

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    very nice!!
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    Oh that is a very nice ironing center.
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    This is very nice. I also like your choice of colors.
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    I like it very cute smart lady, I like the part that it has wheels so just in case you get tried of looking at the wall when ironing you,re not stuck there you n move it around o another part room
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    oh my this keyboard is acting up
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Your new Ironing table is awesome!

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    gale - I'm not sure you got my original message. I love your ironing center. Where did you find the cubes? All I can find is Closetmate shelves with 3 shelves, which I can use but I like the cube look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatA View Post
    gale - I'm not sure you got my original message. I love your ironing center. Where did you find the cubes? All I can find is Closetmate shelves with 3 shelves, which I can use but I like the cube look.
    I bought them mostly from Michaels. They used to be called Jetmax but now they're called Recollections. I never saw your original message-sorry.

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    wow, this is super!
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    My husband is making me one but how did you fasten the cubes together? Do they stack?

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    Supper cute idea
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    That is really good looking! Great ironing set up. I have so much to do in my quilt room, and I am not sure if I will be moving this summer, so I am not sure how much I want to do in case it doesn't move well. But seeing this gives me motivation.
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    I absolutely LOVE it. Can't believe I am this excited about your ironing center, but wow!!! Nice iron, too

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    love the vintage look you are very clever designer
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Gale, I love your pressing station AND your cutting table! I am in the process of building a new home with a quilting room and would really like to have something like this for fabric storage and a pressing station combined on wheels. I have to figure out a way to store small pieces of fabric that are 1/2 yard or less. Right now I have them in these plastic drawer units of three drawers in each unit and I have four of them (the white ones in the picture). I'm wondering if I could incorporate them into something like what you've done with a pressing station on the top. Each unit measures 22" wide, 15" deep, and 24" tall. I don't think I could put all four units into this as that would get too long, and stacking them would get too high. I have a nice closet in the room, but I don't want to fill it up with these. I'm kind of struggling trying to figure out how to store this fabric. Any ideas are much appreciated!


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    I'm envious !

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