I looked at our various ironing boards in our office and in our traveling cargo trailers and decided it was time for some bright and fun changes. I prepared, measured, and sewed new ironing covers for all the various sizes of boards we had. I had no idea there were so many various sizes.
Do you need a new cover? Is your cover stained, wrinkled, and simply just needs a change? Here you are. Let's brighten your world with a new batik cotton cover. You might be saying - a batik cotton ironing cover? My answer is ... well yes! Prewash the fabric and you will be in a position to make a very happy cover. It's easy to make and easier to care for.
There is no one method of sewing the cover. Included are instructions for using a conventional machine and serger.
- Big Board: 22" x 59"
- Traditional A-Shaped Boards: Range from 13" x 48" to 15" x 55"
- Table Top Board: 12" x 31"
- Free Instruction Guide
- Batik Cotton to fit the size board you need
- 2 layers of wool batting to fit the size board you need
If you have questions please email us or call us before purchasing.
Sewing Techniques: sewing a straight seam.
Additional Notions: coordinating cotton thread but remember the underside of the ironing board is never shown. Use the thread you have. Sharp microtex machine sewing needle 80/12, tailors chalk, scissors or rotary cutter, and ruler.
Skill Level: Beginner. Basic measuring and sewing skills include simple marking, cutting, pressing, and straight sewing.