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Thread: Yoohoo, Law 101! I took your suggestion.....

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    Remember this?? (see photo)

    And Law101 suggested this:
    I have one suggestion for you. Although I keep all my material in plastic bins on shelves, I took cheap flannel tablecloths and attached them to the top of the shelves, flannel side out. It protects my fabric from fading and gives me a "design wall."
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    Now it's this! :D :D

    Fabric won't fade!

    It'd have to hold a quick design--not one I needed to leave up awhile, but it'll work for some projects. :D

    I'm rather proud of the grommet idea. :wink:

    Thanks again, Law101!! :D

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    Very nice!!!

    Kyia

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    hmmmm .. now that is a GREAT IDEA... Note taken.. thank you very much!!!

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    Good idea...like the way you came up with the grommet thingie!

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    Great idea! Looks good!!

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    Looks good, and you can always pin your designs on. I found when I tried, that I needed something solid behind the flannel to press against for the blocks to stick properly.

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    way cool--two problems solved with one solution---I like it!!!

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    great idea!! I need to work on a design wall sometime here as well. Mine has to go over cabinets

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    A great idea :wink: :wink:

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