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Thread: vanishing design wall

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    Most of the design walls I see are either a solid board mounted or a loose flannel piece but has anyone used a roll up kind? Does the pieces really stay on when moved?
    http://vanishingdesignwall.com/index.html

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    It works well!

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    love to have one.

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    love to have one.

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    Very nice!

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    I made a removable design wall for very little, mainly because I had very little to spend. I bought some flannel and some strips of velcro. I put the velcro strips evenly spaced across the top of a pair of bookcases in my sewing room and matched the other half of the velcro strips on the top end of the flannel. When I'm deep in a quilting project, I put the wall up, and when I'm not, I take the wall down.

    Bookcase before design wall
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    Design wall up
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    Close up of velcro
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    Great idea!

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    Does anyone know if it would be possible to do one of these in a much wider width? My current design wall is 86" wide and I would love to be able to roll it up out of the way when it is not in use.

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    I got the Vanishing Design Wall, but have not put it up yet. I can't wait to though because I have heard nothing but great reviews of it.

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    I made one that rolls up -- I take it to class. It works well enough that I can get a partially finished project home so I can remember how I am supposed to put things together.

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