If I only had an empty wall!!
Summers are just this side of hell, but you don't have to shovel sunshine...
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lolllll That's my problem. No walls in this house that can be used. lolllll
I did find a couple of those fabric office partitions a couple years back and they work great, and I can move them around.
Oops, and I found a flannel that I covered them with that actually has 1/4" wide blocks so when I want to stretch something, the markings are already there.This message has been edited. Last edited by: paus4quilts,
the room is nice too!
I have a large quilt hanging on the wall in the guest bedroom. I put my quilt design wall behind it so that it's not visible when not in use, but I can take the hanging quilt down if I really need to. I also use DH's queen-size bed for quick layouts (when he's not in it, LOL).
"Laughter is timeless; imagination has no age, and dreams are forever." Walt Disney
I don't have a large enough blank space either. My sewing room has a closet with double doors. I purchased a rollup shade and removed the shade, taped a flannel-back tablecloth to the roller with duct tape. DH mounted a board above the door frame, then mounted the shade on that board. I roll it down and up as needed.
Does this hat make my butt look big?
I use a flannel backed tablecloth. But I've added a 2 inch wide, 6 foot long strip of corkboard at the top of one wall. When I want to use the design wall, I tack it up on the corkboard. Easily removed if I need the wall space. Works great for me and I managed to score the tablecloth for $1 on the clearance table.
Happy is a choice.
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