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Quilted Ironing Board Cover

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Quilted Ironing Board Cover
Quilted Ironing Board Cover
Quilted Ironing Board Cover

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dkfsewfun    December 26, 2014
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I just received an ironing board extender (makes the surface rectangular) and I will use your pattern for the cover. Love it!!
Thank you

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dajoward3750479    November 15, 2014
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HELP!!!!!!! I must be stupid!!!! I made the 11 color grid with the 1",mine with the 1" on the right one with the 1" on the left!!!! My question I can't figure out how to cut, which side to cut off the 1" grid side or the opposite???? Can't figure out the 30 degree angle??? Sorry. Looks like you would be cutting off a huge amount???? Please answer thank you I need help!!!!!

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fneie3309351    November 13, 2014
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Thank you for the pattern. I love this and can't wait to sew it up. What kind of batting do you use? Do you have a backing to make a sandwich to quilt?

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Ghia's Mum    November 11, 2014
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LOVE that you put this out as a free pattern! My board is a little wider than the standard issue board, but it wasn't hard at all to adapt the pattern :D I especially like that I was able to use fabric strips that were easily cut on my Sizzix Big Shot Pro fabric cutter, as not all patterns out there are as die-cut fabric friendly. It's helped to create a very personalized craft room too ;)
Thank you so much for sharing and hey! While you're in the "sharing mood", would you mind sending some of your Austrailian Sunshine to my snowy Alberta, Canada?! Lol.
Kind regards,
Wendy

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fabricque5325852    October 18, 2014
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I am not ale to get the pattern. Any suggestions?

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buttercup4797959    October 13, 2014
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I cannot open the file. Could someone be so kind to email it to me?? I would line to make this for my board. Thank you!

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buttercup4797959  October 13, 2014
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buttercup147@yahoo.com

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eriverane5142385    October 6, 2014
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I tied to print out the free pattern but I can't. Anybody can tell me how to? Thanks. eriveranegron@gmail.com

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gelaird1227981    October 4, 2014
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Thank you so much for your wonderful pattern, I so need a new ironing board cover I am going to get straight to it.

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pat_moore4022637    October 2, 2014
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Made this for my daughter. She loved it!!

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mardionk756399    September 19, 2014
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So excited to make this pattern. Also new to the quilting world. It will be nice to custom fit this cover. Thank you so much for sharing!

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anisa4665520    September 5, 2014
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I am not able to download this pattern

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Alice LaMadeleine    July 16, 2014
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Where can I get this pattern?

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handquilt490061    July 9, 2014
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Just downloaded this pattern .Can't wait to make it .Love it

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Ronda Clemons    June 16, 2014
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very cute pattern, down loaded with no problem, I will be making this soon.

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linlal    June 13, 2014
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Wouldn't all those lines of stitching create small ridges which would then show up on anything you ironed, particularly thinner cloth? I love the idea and may just make it as a decorative cover but I'm not sure how practical it is.

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SeraphymHM  June 29, 2014
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If you press your seams open, you shouldn't have them show up.

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Linda_D    April 5, 2014
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Thank you!

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Francey    February 20, 2014
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Love it

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princessgirl    February 20, 2014
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How can I adapt this pattern to a smaller ironing board that sits on table

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Redncajun  February 23, 2014
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I'd sure like to know this, too!!!

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Lisak121906    February 20, 2014
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Where can I access the actual pattern?

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Redncajun  February 23, 2014
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I'd sure like to know this, too!!

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Maryd9550    January 21, 2014
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Great idea, fabulous colors, can't wait to try it out. Nice way to dress up the sewing room! Thank you

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famadenne675933    October 5, 2013
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awe!!!i like this different color and would like make one style quilting ironing board

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gallen0322020567    September 11, 2013
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I was so excited when my daughter sent me this message on facebook. I love to quilt but I am quite a beginner. I have completed several projects and have taught others to make small things. This ironing board cover will be a wonderful project for me. Wish me luck!

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SeraphymHM  January 17, 2014
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Good luck! I'd love to see your finished project!

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Kathleen Rossi    September 10, 2013
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I like this cover,very colorful ,would love to make it.

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BlissMarie    August 23, 2013
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Thank you for the pattern.

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SeraphymHM  January 17, 2014
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No worries BlissMarie! I hope you enjoy using and making it!

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Debm59    July 31, 2013
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I have made this it looks fantastic I used Left over pieces of Jellyroll so super easy. thank you for sharing.

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SeraphymHM  January 17, 2014
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Great! I'd love to see your finished project!

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dspeer    July 24, 2013
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I am going to use scraps and not fat quarters. How long are the diagonal strips?

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SeraphymHM  January 17, 2014
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Desperate use your ironing board width as a guide for cutting. I would suggest cutting strips 3/4 x the width of the widest part of your board. The pattern will be updated to accommodate for this.

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SeraphymHM    July 20, 2013
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If you are struggling to download the pattern, copy and paste the following link into your browser to access through google docs.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bwy9OYH2ChQxZTd4YjBuU1JjZ0k/edit?usp=sharing

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SeraphymHM    July 20, 2013
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if you follow the link below you can repin from there :)

http://pinterest.com/pin/206110120419491082/

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dyanirene884191    July 18, 2013
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Would like to pin to Pinterest, but it is not the correct perimeters. Any suggestions?

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SeraphymHM  July 20, 2013
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if you follow the link below you can repin from there :)

http://pinterest.com/pin/206110120419491082/

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kayschtuff    July 17, 2013
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I can't even find the Pattern Details tab.

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jmd459  July 17, 2013
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On my screen, there is Pattern Details a vertical line, and Comments. Click on Pattern Details, then look to the right. Pattern Details is the page you got when you clicked the link on Facebook (assuming that is how you got here).

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jmd459  July 17, 2013
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Or, just click the picture to the right of these comments, assuming you are seeing what I am seeing. It will take you to the Pattern Details tab.

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kayschtuff  July 17, 2013
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Thanks, I finally found it.

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marilynpbs    July 17, 2013
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Looking for directions.

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jmd459  July 17, 2013
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Look to the right on the Pattern Details tab, there is a box that lets you download the pattern.

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jmd459    July 17, 2013
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Look to the right on the Pattern Details tab, there is a box that lets you download the pattern.

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Pat Giarrusso    July 17, 2013
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Gorgeous, but where are the directions?

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marilynpbs  July 17, 2013
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Also looking for the directions!

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jmd459  July 17, 2013
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Look to the right on the Pattern Details tab, there is a box that lets you download the pattern.

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FancyDancer  September 9, 2013
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Problems with this pattern. First, it would be great with jelly roll strips but no length is ever gvien for the strips cut and this creates a lot of waste with fabric trimmed off. I ended up using this waste and cutting the strips into 2 1/2 blocks for the bottom section. Also, when I finished the sewing of the bottom to the top, the cover still came out very short--over a foot. Is this perhaps for a smaller type of ironing board because it was just too short for mine. I will have to use some of those left over jelly strips to lengthen the bottom.

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SeraphymHM  January 17, 2014
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Thanks for your feedback fancydancer. I'll update the pattern shortly to accommodate for the length of strips and for ironing board size variations!

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Redncajun  February 23, 2014
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I have only quilted once before and that was almost 40 yrs. ago - so this is probably a REALLY dumb question. You gave instructions about the batting. I read and re-read looking for anything about backing.
My question: If you don't put backing material, how can it possibly be washed and dryed? I guess backing is simply implied...but being a real beginner, I'm not sure!
Thanks for your pattern and your help!

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