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Thread: How to make a Folding Design Wall (pdf to print)

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    Great info....thanks for sharing!! I really do not know what we would do with out your help here on the board :-D :-D

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    thanks@

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    That would make an awesome wall! Thanks for the link. I do have to consider that my home is very small. I wouldn't even know where to fold it out at. :lol:

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    Thank you!

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    Thanks Craftybear! You are a genius!

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    That's awesome! I can't wait to make mine!

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    I never thought about that as a design board thank you for sharing it ...also if I put something like this on my wall It would probably also help soundproof my hobby room which also doubles as my ham radio room...the DH doesnt like the noises coming from my radio lol.............

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    I never thought about that as a design board thank you for sharing it ...also if I put something like this on my wall It would probably also help soundproof my hobby room which also doubles as my ham radio room...the DH doesnt like the noises coming from my radio lol.............

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    thanks, love the idea

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    Not to pat myself on the back... ahh, I guess I am... this is exactly what I'm going to do for a design wall as soon as I can borrow SO's pickup. I need not only a design wall that's small enough to fit in my room but also a "door" for my stash cabinet. I figure I can duct tape one edge to the (metal) cabinet and, when I want to get to my stash, just fold the wall in half and over to the side.

    Thanks for posting this!! I like to know I'm on the right track before spending money on a project. If I can ever get that pickup, I'll post pictures of the finished project.

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    I just set up my sewing room and I put a rod on the wall used flannel which I put a rod pocket in to use. It also works well to hang your finished projects on to take photos

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    I agree...Crafty Bear is sooooo helpful and knowledgeable!!!! Thanks a bunch!!! :thumbup:

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    Everyone is welcome, I was just thinking this would be a good way to make one and hinge it to a back of a door and when you want it to be big, just open it up, what do you think?

    could also use it for like a room divider

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    I just love to surf to find cool links for all of us, sometimes I surprise myself when I am surfing, I love to surf for ideas, links for all of us

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    I agree...Crafty Bear is sooooo helpful and knowledgeable!!!! Thanks a bunch!!! :thumbup:

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    Wow, thanks a lot, will attempt to make one as soon as I can use my arm again :thumbup:

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    Great, thank you once again

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    Thanks for the info. This looks very easy to do.

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    Thank you

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    Instead of so many pens, I would use styrofoam glue to help attach the flannel

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