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A fresh ironing board cover is the quickest and cheapest way I know to transform your laundry from dull to exciting. I've been told this size cover is difficult to find so if you have a table top ironing board now is the time to update your cover. And now with a FREE IRON CORD TIE its an even sweeter deal. Keep your iron cord tidy and safe from little fingers with this cute idea.

I’ve used fabric from Amy Butler's lotus range called Wallflower in Cherry to transform your dull ironing board into something more funky and MODERN.

A fresh and new look for the tiresome chore of ironing. I don't know about you - but I HATE ironing. However, when I’ve got a stylish ironing board cover looking back at me, it doesn't seem so boring. If it helps me, then maybe it will for you too.

Laying flat it measures approx 88cm (34.5 inches) long and 38cm (15 inches) at the widest point. Simply slip the smallest end over your ironing board and pull the cord till you get the desired length of cover, then pull the toggle tight. (see last pic) And there you go - no more boring ironing!

Pattern placement may vary from the one pictured. Please also note my covers arn't padded but designed to fit over your existing padded cover. Or if that isn't possible you can buy the padding in packs in your local family department store.

Machine wash and line dry.

Ironing Board Cover with FREE IRON CORD tie - Table Top - cherry red wallflower by Amy Butler


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton fabric, thread, draw cord, toggle
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 255 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people