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30 x 65 inches
This is the best place to press.
Great for pressing quilt backings, blocking finished quilts, large fused applique work, a large design surface and work area.
Bottom side of Big Board
The big board sits directly on top of my regular ironing board.
I can take it on and off easily if I need to.
The wooden slats keep the big board from slipping off my regular ironing board.
The Big Board is not fastened in anyway, it just sits directly on top of the regular ironing board.
Quilting on Foiled Fabric is Complete
To see the previous posting on this foiled quilt CLICK HERE
Dancer & Freckles
I have been outdoors enjoying the last of our autumn weather.
As I walk through the fields capturing images with the camera, I am not alone.
Dancer just can't help wandering closer and closer to check out the camera.
Before I know it...he has the camera strap in his lips.
I think this was a hint to stop taking pictures and give him a good scratching.
CLICK HERE to view Big Board Tutorial
May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,