This DIY Portable Pressing Station Has Pockets for Tools

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Instructions are Included for an Iron Tote!

Turn a TV tray into a pressing station with this clever cover. Pockets hang from the side for organizing and keeping tools handy. The matching tote is lined with heat-resistant material for transporting a hot iron.

Together they make the perfect portable ironing station for classes or for moving from room to room around the house. Or, use the station next to the machine so you don’t need to get up every time you want to press something.

Portable Creation Station Pattern

Adjust the pocket sizes to fit whatever tools you want to keep handy. For example, one could hold a small spray bottle of water or starch for use while pressing.

Finished sizes are not provided by the designer, Sandra from Pine Needles Quilts. However, it looks like the cover will fit a standard wooden TV tray and the tote will hold a full sized iron.

Click here to purchase the “Portable Creation Station” pattern.


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