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Posted on: 5/20/12 6:00 PM
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I am in the process of making draperies for a very large window. I am trying to handle 5 1/2 yards for this one panel and it is quite cumbersome. This window is 90 inches wide and I wanted the draperies to be around 95 inches long so that window requires almost 11 yards of lining fabric as well as 11 yards of the main fabric . I found that by putting my ironing board lengthwise next to my sewing machine (or my serger) I had a good place to put all that fabric while I was sewing on it. This really worked out for me.

I supplied a picture so that you could interpret what I mean. Hope this helps someone else with this problem.


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mysewingroom said... (8/8/12 8:48 AM) Reply
What a good idea!! Thanks for the tip.. will be using that in the future.
Miss Fairchild said... (5/28/12 9:01 AM) Reply
Wonderful tip! It's nice to repurpose an ironing board that's usually locked up in the closet. I'd bet two of them would also work for rotary cutting or a regular cutting board.
Pj3g said... (5/21/12 1:06 PM) Reply
Good idea!
 
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