DIY Upcycled Mini Ironing Table

I have been sewing a lot lately since taking up quilting. Im on my 5th quilt of the year and i still don't have an ironing table. I really need one. So i got an old folding TV tray from my mom and used some leftover Ambleside fabric cuts from my Grandma's Window quilt for the top. It took about 45 mins to put the entire thing together (i scrubbed and dried the table first). 

These would almost always be super cheap to make, even if you don't have a folding table around you can shop local flea markets or yard sales for one. You can download the tutorial here!

Fabric is Ambelside by Moda - 10" Layer Cake
I'll definitely be using this a lot. Most of the seams or pieces I need to iron during quilting are small, less than 10", so this little table is perfect to whip out only when I need it and I can easily hide it away somewhere when I won't be using it for a while.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you liked this little DIY. You can download the tutorial on Craftsy!

New Products + Our Shop Has Moved!

Hello! Long time no post :) After the birth of our third child we became VERY busy. Now we've got a 7 yr old,  3 ½ yr old, and 5 month old baby. School and cheerleading practice is starting, its getting closer and closer to Fall (YAY!) and i've delved back into sewing on a regular basis.

Our Hilltop Custom Designs shop has moved to ShopEnvy and i've listed hand sewn quilted baby bibs, burp cloths, and loveys in there! Some items are ready-to-ship and others can be customized. Please go check it out here. :)

Check out some stuff I've been making....

Grandmas Window Quilt

Simple Cuts Crazy Quilt

1600 Jelly Roll Quilt