Ironing Board Caddy
Do you find yourself at your ironing station and missing something? Perhaps a pin or scissors to snip a thread or a lint roller to get rid of that nasty lint?
Then this quick and easy-to-sew Ironing Board Caddy is for you.
Materials and supplies
- Brother Sewing Machine
- Walking foot
- Binding foot (optional)
- .25 metre of fabric for centre piece
- .5 metre of fabric for pocket and pin cushion
- .25 metre fabric for lining
- .25 metre fabric (that grips, or shelf grip fabric)
- .25 metre of batting
- 1 cup of crushed walnut shells or rice (to fill pin cushion)
- Ruler/Cutting Mat and Cutter
About Lynn SwansonBringing her undeniable passion to everything she does, Lynn Swanson is an enthusiastic quilter, sewer, embroiderer and crafter who explains her projects in a fun and easy way. Lynn’s eagerness to embrace new technology has made her a treasured resource for teaching crafting and sewing fanatics everything they need to know about Brother machines and design software as one of Brother’s educators. Check out her tutorials and catch her creativity bug!
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