After seeing this tutorial on Anthea's blog, I decided I was going to make a cover for my traditional ironing board. My brother works with wood, so I asked him what I should buy, and he offered to make the wooden cover for me! It was delivered on Friday night, and DH and I covered it with batting and fabric on Saturday. I've been working on small projects the past few days, but I can't wait to iron yardage on the beautiful RECTANGULAR board. No more pointy board!!
mini design boards. I love them! I'm working on a couple of projects with small blocks, and these are so handy. I can put the pieces on the board and move it around rather than picking up small pieces and moving them all around. Mine are a little smaller than Lori's because I used plain cardboard that I had on hand rather than foam core. And I covered the back with fabric since it was ugly cardboard. I grabbed the binding from my basket of leftover bindings.
Hot/dark pink was the July color for RSC. I had to beg, borrow and buy fabric this month. I love pink, but my fabrics are light pink.
Until next time.....Be kind.......Sunny