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Looking for instructions

Posted by jennifer_in_va (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 26, 12 at 18:09

I've been spending (a lot) of time this afternoon going through old magazines. Why is it that we keep these things for the patterns that we like, and then can't find the right magazine to see/use those patterns?!

Within the last few years, a magazine had instructions on how to make a folding travel cutting board/ironing pad like the one in the link. I know I saved the magazine because I thought it'd make a great workshop. And I can't put my hands on it!

Anyway, I've subscribed to Fons & Porter, American Quilter, and the AQS magazine... It must be in one of those. Does anyone remember this and could you put your hands on the issue/mag name??

thanks

Here is a link that might be useful: Omnigrid foldable travel cutting/pressing station


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RE: Looking for instructions

Jennifer, I have one from Sew Many Quilts July/Aug 1998. The pattern's called Take Along Work Surface. Do you need it?

Donna


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RE: Looking for instructions

Jen, Fons and Porter September/October 2005


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RE: Looking for instructions

Thanks ladies!!!

I know I have Fons & Porter so I'll go check that date. You're the best!!


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RE: Found instructions

Found it!

It was in a secret stash of magazines I forgot I had in the closet! hmmmm, a sign to clean? I think not.;)


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RE: Looking for instructions

Clean? When there are sewing projects to complete or start? You have learned well, grasshopper. lol

SharonG/FL


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Ha! 'Secret Stash'! We can be so bad!
Karlene


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