Ironing Station

An item that has been on my to-list for some time was to create an ironing station in my sewing studio.

I am happy to say that it is finally completed! It didn’t even take that long to do!

Studio Ironing Board

Hubby cut a piece of plywood and glued leftover kitchen flooring to one side (no photo).

The other side of the wood has a layer of foam, followed by a layer of batting, followed by a layer of Insul-Bright and topped with a cotton polka dot print.

The board rests on three Ikea sets of drawers and measures 21″ x 65″.

Studio Ironing Board

Ta da! I am happy!

Quilt On!

14 responses to “Ironing Station

  1. Good on you (and your handy hubby)!
    I spy that lovely lime colored wall/ceiling behind that newest of work stations, too.

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  2. Looks great! I’ve been planning a better ironing station in my sewing room for ages using one of the IKEA wooden kitchen trolleys, thwarted by IKEA not having them in stock locally 😦

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  3. Hi Laura! I’ve been wanting to make one as well, and haven’t gotten around to it yet. Yours looks just fab!! I love the pretty fabric – go polka dots. Do you have it pulled away from the wall for when you’re ironing larger items? That has been another sticking point for me – where to put it?!! Great job. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. This is awesome. This is a practical use of space – storage below is just perfect. Congrats on a fun finish and something you will love using.

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  5. This looks wonderful, Laura, enjoy!

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