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Thread: My homemade roll up design wall

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    Great idea....

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    I love this. It is truly creative and really pleasing to look at. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a great idea!!! That is fabulous. Thanks for sharing your idea.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I love your design wall, did you use the kind of brackets that are used for hanging roller blinds? Or were they something different?
    Thank-you.
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    Fantastic idea.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Quote Originally Posted by GwenH View Post
    I love your design wall, did you use the kind of brackets that are used for hanging roller blinds? Or were they something different?
    Thank-you.
    Yes I did. I think I had to buy them separately.

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    What a great idea! I am planning the sewing room in a new home and may just copy your idea!
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    Thank-you, I really want to get one of these, my sewing room is small, one wall has a large window, one wall has my tool board and cutting table with rolling drawer totes full of more stash plus the doorway, one wall is a double closet where a lot of my stash hides, (L0L) and I think I could put a unit something like this above my closet, would have to do some measurements to be sure though, and find someone who could build it for me too, my hubby hates carpenter work.
    The other wall has more totes with stash and a cabinet with my accu-quilt and dies, and the shelves inside are full of pre-cuts and kits that I haven't made yet... yikes I have too much stuff!
    Last edited by GwenH; 04-14-2016 at 08:21 AM.
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    You are one smart cookie!!!

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    What a clever idea!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tessagin View Post
    Excellent idea. I don't have the place for a design wall. Mine is portable. I use the tablecloth flannel backed. Then I use skirt hangers and hang it on my curtain rod at my 6x5 window. Yours is cute and adorable. I still may go out and look for the flannel grid though. At least it's a guide!
    You could place the valance above your curtain rod or as your valance and just pull it down over your curtain.

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    Wow! That is such a great idea and what a nice design wall that you are able to put away when you are not using it. Thanks for the creative idea. You did a wonderful job on it.
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 04-11-2019 at 11:07 AM. Reason: shouting/all caps

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    Very creative. I'm inspired to true this. Thank you for sharing.

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