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    What a great idea!
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    Wow! You have one amazing husband (as do a number of gals on this board).

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    I notice you have the sloped ceiling of an upstairs room. This is a great idea for a room with short wall space!

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    Fantastic idea, wish I had enough room. Thanks for sharing .
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    I am drooling here....what a wonderfully clever hubby you have

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    Awesome idea.

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    So awesome!!!!!

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    What a great idea.
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    What a clever husband you have ! He should patent that design.
    I wish my sewing room had enough room to do something like this.

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    Thanks for sharing!! It sure is great having hubbies that help us out, eh??!! My dh built me a design wall last year, and I am finding I need another one, too...as I also use mine for spray basting my quilts (have to add 505 spray baste only!!). So a big thank you to you and your dh for sharing this idea!!
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    That's a very smart idea. It's sorta like how they hang large area rugs in stores

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    What is the blog address? I would like one too!

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    I hear what your saying about not enough room for more blocks had to make a second design wall too but just did it on 2 basement walls...
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    Wow! This is great!
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    What a great design and a hubby to follow through! If you don't mind, what did he use for structure the design boards? (it must be light)

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    I also have a hinged design board... where two insulation boards meet (to give me 8' square) and I have to close them up so my neice can get to her shelves behind them. This is WAY better! I'm trying to think of a blank spot in our craft room where such a set up can be put. What is the board underneath? What was used for hinges? This is one of the best ideas I've seen here on this board! Do you rent out your DH? Oh, oh, my totally supportive DH better not see that question!
    Last edited by Sierra; 10-08-2012 at 09:08 AM.

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    I love love love your design wall. Brilliant!
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    what a great wall idea!!!
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    Oh where do you ladies get these really handy husbands from??? Don't get me wrong, mine is a great guy but not too clever with the power tools! Have to say that I am a bit envious of everyone's craft rooms-I have a craft room but I just have too much stuff. I hurt my shoulder tripping over a box of fabric this evening! Think it is time to have a big tidy up :/

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    Where do you girls find these awsome husbands....? It is a great idea..
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    Where do you girls find these awsome husbands....? It is a great idea..
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    Wow! This is a brilliant idea. Now you have multiple design walls. Love it!

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    Wow that is totally awesome. I love it!!!

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    One of the posts mentioned your blog and the directions to build this -- but I'm not finding it -- please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by icon17 View Post
    NOW thats Just GREAT!! And I bet With a Little more 'brain storming' It could Even Split the Panel's So that each one 1st folded in 1/2 before you flip it to go the wall for a room that may be smaller?
    Piano hinges would achieve this, i think??


    Best design wall ever, well done to your lovely husband!

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