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Thread: Hinged design wall

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    Hinged design wall

    I have a design wall in my quilt room, but never seemed to have enough room to put up all of the projects I am working on at any given time. I was constantly having to take down the quilt blocks of one quilt to put up another.

    I wanted a second design wall, but did not have any more wall space, so a hinged design wall was the solution. My husband brain-stormed the project and did a great job for me.
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    Better finished than perfect!!

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    ​That is an outstanding design wall!

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    What a cool idea! those husbands do seem to come in handy! It always amazes me at how much they support our hobby/addiction and how willing they are to help out when it comes to these kinds of things

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    NOW thats Just GREAT!! And I bet With a Little more 'brain storming' It could Even Split the Panel's So that each one 1st folded in 1/2 before you flip it to go the wall for a room that may be smaller?
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    Wow, that is awesome, thanks for sharing with all of us, You have a great hubby.
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    O-MY-GRAVY!!!! That has to be the COOLEST design wall ever!!! What a great DH...he is a keeper.
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    Thanks for sharing! I have got to get my husband working on a smaller version of one. I went to your blog and it's very easy to understand your directions. Thanks again!
    Mary

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    Wow so so nice, he did wonderful !!!
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    Very cool Lucky to have a DH who is so inventive!!!

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    What a great idea and I love your quilts on the designs walls~especially the T-block one!
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