Customize your sewing room with this DIY ironing board and cover tutorial! Before I learned how to sew, I really did not like to iron or press. I bought a little table top ironing board and would pull it out on the rare occasion to press a garment. However, now that I have learned to sew, it’s my constant companion – making an appearance at least once during most sewing projects. While the compact size is perfect for my little sewing space, the ironing board was in desperate need of a new cover … so I made one!
Then after making a sweet little cover for my ironing board, I HAD to make a coordinating sewing machine cover!
Skill Level – Beginner
Sizes – The ironing board cover pattern features a full tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to measure and fit any ironing board
Fabrics – This pattern is suitable for woven fabrics only.
If you use a fabric with a print or nap such as velvet, remember to cut all pieces in the same direction and to allow extra fabric for this.
See the fabric requirements in the gallery above for yardage. A serger/ overlocker is optional but NOT required.
Format – This trim-free pattern is a downloadable PDF and comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want.
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