Convert Your Ironing Board for Quilting

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This Custom Made Top Will Lift Off Whenever You Want!

Once you have this ironing board add-on you won’t know how you lived without it! It’s perfect for ironing yards of fabric, large quilt blocks, quilt tops, tablecloths, curtains, and more.

The extension built of wood fits securely over your existing ironing board. According to the designer, Diana Beaubien of Pleasant Valley Creations, the weight of it will stabilize an ironing board that’s a bit wobbly (you may want to get a sturdier ironing board if yours is super wobbly). Plus, you can remove it easily and store it should you need to do so.

Quilter's Ironing Board Cover

To make this you’ll need some experience with a drill, screwdriver, and staple gun. A lumberyard or home supply store, like Lowe’s or Home Depot, will cut the wood to size for you.

Quilter's Ironing Board Cover

The pattern also includes instructions for a padded cover.

The finished board is 22″ x 60″ but you can easily adjust the size to fit your needs.

You may want to cover your board with that gray ironing board fabric. You can purchase Heat Resistant Cloth Silver Fabric by the yard here.

Click here to purchase instructions for the “Quilter’s Ironing Board & Cover”.





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