You could really use any table. Our hutch/desk was starting to fall apart so I gave it a new life. I also like that it has storage underneath. Here is another tutorial to give you more inspiration she actually uses a table with adjustable legs.
It's pretty simple to make an ironing table. You need to get some fabric. I used batting (warm & natural), muslin and a printed canvas. I liked the durable feel of the canvas. You could use any type of printed cotton for the final layer.
The batting is the first layer and you actually need to double it up. Lay out the fabric and cut it to the size of your table leaving enough to pull around the edges and staple it. I found that it works best to staple in the middle and work your way out to the edges.
If you've ever reupholstered a seat cushion it's a lot like that. You keep folding over the edges and pulling them tight stapling underneath as you go. After the bunting you put a layer or 2 of muslin then finally the patterned fabric.
I'm really happy with how my table turned out. I've used it for a few projects already.
If you're in need of an ironing surface you've gotta try this project.
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