Wednesday, November 7, 2012

New-Used Ironing Board

Late this summer I bought a wooden ironing board at a garage sale.  It's longer and wider than my standard one.  My husband thought that I was crazy being excited over an iron board and I told him that it's an important tool that makes a job a little easier when it's more stable and a little bit larger..

Our life is always changing--sometimes it's good and sometimes it's bad.
Sometimes you have to take time and go for an afternoon walk.
We are still in the middle of harvest.  Our combine blew a head gasket last week and we just brought it home from the mechanic today.  He didn't have a bill made out, but I am sure it will not be a cheap fix.  I guess machines never breakdown unless you use them.  Hopefully, we will finish harvesting soon!

Happy Quilting!

Kay Lynne


P. said...

I think your new/old ironing board is a thing of beauty. Longer and wider sounds wonderful when you're pressing yards of fabric. Sorry about the repairs, may your mechanic be merciful.

Needled Mom said...

I am sure that it will not be a cheap fix, but I hope you will now be able to finish the harvest with it.

I love the old ironing boards. They are sturdy!!!

Anonymous said...

great ironing board Kay Lynne and the bill isnt to much,take care.xx

Val said...

Great ironing board. They can be very expensive. I have never seen such a nice timber one before. I hope the rest of your harvest is uneventful.