Make a Rolling Pressing Station from IKEA Parts

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This is a Quick and Easy Project!

Turn a rolling cart into a mobile pressing station with this clever IKEA hack. It’s a simple project that you can have finished quickly.

The cart is about table top height, making it great for positioning next to your sewing machine. It can be rolled out of the way when not in use (perhaps under your cutting table).

Make a Rolling Pressing Station from IKEA Parts

Shelves provide space for tools and supplies, while add-on buckets and an optional pin cushion make it even more useful. The cart is great for moving from room to room as needed.

Start with a rolling cart, such as the IKEA Raskog cart (similar carts in a variety of colors can be found here at Amazon). A tabletop ironing board is connected to the top of the cart. The IKEA Jall fits perfectly, but many of those found here will also work (be sure to check dimensions to find one that works well with your cart).

The cover that comes with the ironing board can be used or make one with fabric you love, if you prefer.

You’ll find the instructions, provided by Katja from With My Hands Dream, at the following link.

Click here for the free “Ironing Board Cart for Your Sewing Room” tutorial.


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