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Thread: Design wall on the door...using weath holders.

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    Great idea. Thank you for sharing. Take care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    This is a good idea but sure is small design space.

    I wonder if you got 3 or 4 wreath holders if you could hook them over a long curtain rod on a sliding glass door or big window to hang a your flannel? I have a huge window in my dining room. I may have to test this out.

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    This is a great idea. I don't have much wall space left in my sewing room, but it does have 4 doors!

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    Great site

    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    I saw this post regarding a design wall using wreath holders...ok this is one I can do...very easy and can be quickly put away if needed...no holes on the walls. http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/sear...reath%20holder

    and its wreath...no idea how to fix titles.
    I tried to go to bed 2 hrs. ago til I found this site. Oh my gosh, what a fun site. Thanks so much for showing it to us.

    Yawn, now I guess I'll go to bed. LOL

    Pat

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    Love your idea! I used a piece of flannel the size of the door going to my sewing room. So as not to damage the door, I sewed a pocket the size of the door and just slipped it over the top.Very easy, no damage to the door, and easy to take with you. I'm still trying to get organized...

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    That's pretty clever, especially for small spaces! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    I saw this post regarding a design wall using wreath holders...ok this is one I can do...very easy and can be quickly put away if needed...no holes on the walls. http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/sear...reath%20holder

    and its wreath...no idea how to fix titles.
    Wow what a great idea for those of us who lack space! Thanks for sharing.

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