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Thread: design wall

  1. #21
    Super Member sewmuch's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    I don't have a design wall nor the room, so I lay a flannel backed tablecloth over the closet door (folded in half). It works great for
    small projects. :)

  2. #22
    Super Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    SE Wisconsin
    I got a piece of foam insulation and covered it with a cotton fabric (it's like a soft damask - got it on the $1 table at Walmart).

    I just pin things to it, but they will also "stick" with the friction.

  3. #23

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    Apr 2007
    I covered mine with contack papper and use push pins in it thank you

  4. #24
    Super Member quilt addict's Avatar
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    Apr 2007
    Southern California
    I have a very small apartment. So I bought a flannel sheet on sale, got a piece of PVC pipe to put through the seam of the sheet and hang it on a curtain rod when I use it. So it is easy to take down and store when not in use. The only problem is the cats like to play in the bottom of it and pull it down. I dream of the day of having a home with a sewing studio to have a permenant wall!
    :lol: Lisa

  5. #25

    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    I don't have a design wall or wall space to put foam core. I don't even have a sewing room! But I do have a spare bedroom that is only used when my daughter and her family come. I've decided to put a design wall over the closet doors. I'll install a curtain rod above the closet door frame to hang flannel and just roll it up and remove it when I have a guest using that room. Think that will work?

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