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Thread: Sewing space suggestions?

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    Super Member wolph33's Avatar
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    a nice space.yes to more quilts and a design wall.
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    You can also put individual blocks up. I took 3 of these sewing machine blocks, quilted them, and put them up on my wall in my sewing room. You can find these on ebay, individually or in a set of several.

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    I agree with getting rid of the round table! As for something different for your walls...They sell very big letters at places like Hobby Lobby...you could spell out things like quilt, create, stipple...etc...

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    I vote for a design wall!

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    My "design wall" is a $5 flannel backed table cloth that is thumb tacked to the wall. It's easily removed if I don't need it--which is rare. There are always some blocks of one kind or another stuck on it!

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    My design wall is an old flannel sheet hung up with small nails. It really helps when working on how you want to put the quilt together.

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    Love your sewing room space and the Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy in the window. I would put a design wall on the wall by to the right of sewing machine in the last picture.

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    Thanks for the ideas. I will make a design wall! Keep my eye out for a rectangular cutting table with some storage underneath. Maybe some framed fabric or antique hankies...thx all.

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    Looks great, ENJOY!...
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    I love the design wall idea. I have covered the pool table to use as a spot to lay out my blocks and it works okay, it does not get used much for pool but I can not get H to sell it yet.

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