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Thread: Hinged design wall

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    Awesome idea.

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    So awesome!!!!!

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    What a great idea.
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    What a clever husband you have ! He should patent that design.
    I wish my sewing room had enough room to do something like this.

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    Thanks for sharing!! It sure is great having hubbies that help us out, eh??!! My dh built me a design wall last year, and I am finding I need another one, too...as I also use mine for spray basting my quilts (have to add 505 spray baste only!!). So a big thank you to you and your dh for sharing this idea!!
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    That's a very smart idea. It's sorta like how they hang large area rugs in stores

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    What is the blog address? I would like one too!

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    I hear what your saying about not enough room for more blocks had to make a second design wall too but just did it on 2 basement walls...
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    Wow! This is great!
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    What a great design and a hubby to follow through! If you don't mind, what did he use for structure the design boards? (it must be light)

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