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Thread: Flannel Backed Tablecloths

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    We had a full sized piece of drywall leftover after remodelling, and I draped a large flannel backed tablecloth over it. It works really well for a design board!

    It is leaning against the wall so I didn't have to make tack holes.

    I think I could have also used plywood underneath.

    Until I make up my mind how I want my workspace arranged, that's where it will stay! :roll:

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    They work great. I hung one up in the back of by door . Used a small curtain rod and flipped over and sewed the top of the vinyl cloth and then put the rod thru .

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    I can afford the tablecloth but I can't afford another wall. lol I don't have a spare one yet. Can't wait.
    Judy in Ohio

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    Great idea! I think I even have one of those around here somewhere!! I need to go on a hunt for it! Thanks for sharing!

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    Thank you! A nice, easy, inexpensive way to get a design board! :D

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    I purchase a white with large black polka dots which are turn to the wall. I too flip the end over a small board strip attach some cording to hang from cup hooks I put in the strip molding up close to the ceiling. :mrgreen: I hung it in my bedroom as that was the only room where I had a suitable wall, my hall too was to short, narrow and poorly lit. :lol: I really enjoying have the blocks on the wall to look at an day dream, working out how and what you want to do. :roll: I also purchased some foam core board (2) and hinged it with duct tape which I plan to cover with flannel also to use as a design board. I just needed more but this will have to be it because storage can be a problem. :shock:

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