Tips and Tutorials Tuesday

Tips and Tutorials Tuesday #24

Welcome to Tips and Tutorials Tuesday for October! The link party will be open today through the end of the month, so be sure to come back and link up any tips and tutorials you share later in the month and check out what others are sharing.

With the holiday season fast approaching, I thought I’d share a few tutorials that the handy people in a crafter’s life might be able to use for the gift giving season! Up first is my post on how to Modify Your Ironing Board to a Quilter’s Rectangular Board.

And don’t miss my friend Stephanie from Late Night Quilter’s Sewing Table Hack. She empowers us all to make a drop-in sewing table!

Upcoming Tips and Tutorials Schedule

  • #25: November 21st – November 30th
  • #26: December 13th – December 31st

9 thoughts on “Tips and Tutorials Tuesday #24

  1. springleafstudios says:

    One of these days I’m going to make a large ironing surface but it might be the type that wedges on top of the board and can be removed. I don’t have room for the big board to be up all the time. For piecing I use a small table top that works fine.

  2. Tami Von Zalez says:

    I just turn the ironing board around so the squared end is where I am ironing.

  3. Quilting Tangent says:

    The ironing board looks great.

  4. Kristie Cook says:

    I will be checking out the sewing table hack! I have an old drafting table that I sew on & this is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. Thanks! :)

  5. Awesome job on the big ironing board! Thanks for hosting Tips and Tutorials!

  6. I need a good ironing table!

  7. Thanks so much for sharing Yvonne! I’m going to see if my hubby will build one for me, I’d love a little more space for pressing my quilty pieces.

    Thanks again,

  8. Sue Rostron says:

    I saw this before and am glad to reread it. I am now waiting for my oldest stepson to come back from Uni as he has all the tools. He is studying to be a Mechanical Engineer.
    I loved the idea of cutting in to a table but as a friend I used to quilt with is behind the awesome Sew Ezi tables I am going to save up and get one from her.

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