DIY How to Modify Your Ironing Board Tutorial

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For my birthday in 2016, I asked my husband to help me modify my ironing board. I have been using the large board for years now and *loving* it – a fat quarter fits on the top as do full widths of quilting fabric opened up with room for my iron to spare! Because my husband is quite handy and we have a lot of tools available, I thought I’d fill in some details in case you want to cut your own plywood board, etc. This is a print friendly PDF version of my popular free tutorial.

Agreement Not to Copy – This pattern is provided for the buyer’s individual use only. By purchasing this pattern, the buyer agrees not to copy, reproduce or distribute copies or reproductions of this pattern to any person or persons, or to allow others to do so, without first obtaining written permission from Yvonne Fuchs.

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Note: An email with a link to download the digital pattern will be sent to the email address you use during checkout immediately after payment confirmation from info@quiltingjetgirl.com. Please double check to ensure that you have entered your correct email address prior to checking out! If you do not see the email quickly, please check your spam directory. Tip: If you register for an account prior to checking out, the PDFs will also be available in your “Downloads” section under “My Account”.

For my birthday in 2016, I asked my husband to help me modify my ironing board. I have been using the large board for years now and *loving* it – a fat quarter fits on the top as do full widths of quilting fabric opened up with room for my iron to spare! Because my husband is quite handy and we have a lot of tools available, I thought I’d fill in some details in case you want to cut your own plywood board, etc. This is a print friendly PDF version of my popular free tutorial.

Agreement Not to Copy – This pattern is provided for the buyer’s individual use only. By purchasing this pattern, the buyer agrees not to copy, reproduce or distribute copies or reproductions of this pattern to any person or persons, or to allow others to do so, without first obtaining written permission from Yvonne Fuchs.

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