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How to Sew an Ironing Board Caddy

Mar 10, 2012
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If your ironing board is covered with tools and scraps, leaving little space to actually iron, we have just the solution: a built-in caddy for your ironing board. A caddy is the perfect spot for your fabric-marking tools, ruler, pins, scissors, and there’s even a special pocket to stow a bunch of scraps. Plus, it won’t be in the way; there are straps to flatten the caddy against the top of the board when it’s time to fold it up and put it away. This simple home dec project from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 2 will be ready in no time. 

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  1. User avater robinmacmiller January 21st

    It is very difficult to find beautiful ironing board caddy. It is brilliant idea to make a caddy according to your choice, great tutorial thanks for sharing it.

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