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    Do you love to iron?

    I think this is so cute. Hey, if you can have a quilt of boots, why not irons? lol

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    Last edited by Hulamoon; October 10, 2020, 03:29 AM.
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    #2
    No, I donโ€™t love to iron, but this is really cute! It would be darling in a sewing or laundry room. Yes, I have a quilt in my laundry room....lol.
    Last edited by Bubby; October 10, 2020, 06:59 AM.
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      #3
      I "ironed" for some years at the drycleaners. Still kind of enjoy it. Maybe make one for them to hang in the store.
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        #4
        I do not lol. I avoid it at all cost, other than quilting. I don't mind the pressing. My aunt worked in a laundry when she first moved to Canada. She loved ironing so much that she iromed everything...including night gowns, underwear and sheets! Lol
        Rainy days are for quilting. Thank goodness I live in a rainforest! ๐Ÿ˜

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          #5
          I love it!
          Katrina
          โ€œNothing can dim the light which shines from within.โ€ Maya Angelou

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            #6
            That is so cute! I am working on a wall hanging for my sewing room but I wish I had seen that pattern first! Yes I am weird, I like to iron! Last week I dumped out my basket of vintage hankies (that I use) and washed and ironed them, and then counted them. I had 98 plus two more in my purse. My 5 yo GD saw me holding one recently and said "What is that thing in your hand?"
            Last edited by jjkaiser; October 10, 2020, 12:54 PM.

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            • MSN
              MSN commented
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              When I was in high school in the early 70's, I took a bunch of vintage hankies and pieced them together, then made a caftan out of them. I loved it, but it didn't wear too well; the fabric was just too fragile.

            #7
            No, I don't like to iron. I think that this is a waste of time. That is why I always try to buy clothes that don't need to be ironed

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              #8
              That is really cute! No I don't like to iron clothes but for some reason I find it relaxing to iron quilting pieces as I'm working on them. ๐Ÿ˜
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              • Claire Hallman
                Claire Hallman commented
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                It is a totally different thing.

              #9
              Lorie, I thought you were going to admit to having the deep dark secret that you love to iron! LOL Strangely enough, I love that quilt even though I hate to iron!

              โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹Here's how I deal with my aversion to ironing: After washing my clothes, I run the dryer for ten minutes on low. Then I hang up the clothes on their huggable hangers and let them air dry. When my husband wore crisp white business shirts, I sent them to the Cleaners! Now that he wears Hawaiian shirts, this method works just fine. I have a single linen blouse that needs ironing. I can live with that.

              My old house had a ten foot wire shelf that I used for hanging clothes. In our new little manufactured home, I installed a second shower curtain rod in the guest bath so that I could continue hanging clothes instead of ironing!
              Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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              • Hulamoon
                Hulamoon commented
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                lol, I don't mind ironing. The only time I ironed a men's shirt was for DH's Hawaiian shirt for a wedding. Now linen is a different story. I just purchased some light weight in three colors. I'm trying to figure what patterns too use with the least amount of seams!

              #10
              I do enjoy ironing.
              Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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