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    Senior Member sew4nin's Avatar
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    My new design wall

    Here is my new design wall custom made by my DH. It is 72"x72." He did a great job. It will be in use before the end of the day.

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    yeahhhhhh nice one. I have one just smaller and it really need to be your size. will fix that soon. lol
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    awesome-I have no bare wall space big enough for one-so I use my bed.
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    ​That is a great design wall and I like the grid on it too. What did you use for the grid?

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    My hubby printed an excel spreadsheet with 2"X2" cells on an HP Designjet large format plotter. He's an engineer
    I have quite a few things in my sewing room that he has custom engineered for me. I have been meaining to post sewing room pictures, but haven't gotten to it yet.
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    ​That is a great design wall and I like the grid on it too. What did you use for the grid?

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    That is awesome!!

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    Love it.....I think you hubby is a keeper!
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    It looks great.
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    Niiiiiiiice!!
    You'll never regret it ... and will soon want to fill up that blank wall to the right with another design wall.


    Tartan ... you can buy a flannelette fabric with the grid on it. I believe it's 2" squares. When I took the OBW course, the LQS had design walls for everyone, and it was a real treat to work with the grid. If I didn't have my wall already installed, that'd be what I'd use.
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    So very nice I need one of those, but don't have the room for it. Your DH. did a wonderful job!!
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