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Oh my stars…that’s an ironing board cover!!!??? Wow, it’s gorgeous. It would definitely make the whole ironing thing much more fun. Where did you get it?
And about the iron…will you blog about your Iliso (sp?) sometime. I see it on your mom’s show too. It looks very cool and I need a new iron. Would like to know if it’s worth it, they’re spendy. Thanks.
Hi I could not manage without my ironing board, However I am finding it really hard to get a good iron ,I’m finding some of them do not get hot enough.Any suggestions? Thanks Wilma
Mary Mary—what’s up with the Christmas lights LOL
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I just bought a Reliable iron and I love it. I was having terrible luck with the Rowenta brand.
If you need a new iron you should use the Black & Decker Lightweight Iron. It’s fabulous. Has lots of steam if you need it and is light weight as the name implies. I wouldn’t use any other brand.
I don’t know what I’m more jealous of, the iron or the cover! well, maybe the xmas lights
My husband bought me the Iliso iron for Valentines day. Not romantic, you say? I LOVE it – lots of steam in spray and down draft and plenty of heat for all types of pressing. Even though it’s pricey, I think it’s one of the best tools I have for good quilting. I am an avid beginner so all the help I can get is good.
I have a great iron but haven’t been able to find an ironing board that is decent that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Narrow boards are all I seem to be able to find. A wider one would be better for quilt tops.
I think its very depressing to iron your clothes in the mean time we can’t do any thing. . .
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