Turn a Wooden TV Tray Into a Handy Go-Anywhere Ironing Board!
This clever folding ironing table will sit nicely next to your machine, fold up for traveling and conveniently go along to quilt classes. Plus, it’s super easy to make.
You’ll need a wooden TV tray. If it’s in good shape, leave the natural wood legs as they are. Or, spray paint it to match your decor and to cover a scratched finish.
Piece charm squares into a rectangle for the top, or use a piece of fabric you love. Use Insul-Bright batting for heat proofing. Once you have the top ready, simply staple it in place using a staple gun. Very easy!
Photo courtesy of Texas Freckles.
Photo from Simply Noteable.
The easy steps are clearly explained in a free tutorial from Quilt Barn.
Note: If you’re unable to locate a wooden TV tray, Amazon usually has a few. Click here.
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