Making a design wall


We wanted to add a design wall to our sewing studio but had a major challenge.  Our sewing room is above the garage so we have a slanted ceiling – no high ceilings to hang a design wall from.

Our solution… portable standalone design walls.

We used gray flannel fabric with a grid and insulation board.  We used Duck tape to attach the fabric to the insulation board.  The directions on the internet said to use a staple gun to attach the fabric but we decided to use the tape instead so that we didn’t destroy the insulation board with the staples.

Now we have 2 design walls that we can move around the room or put the 2 design walls together for larger quilts.

Have fun creating and sewing.  Mary and DonnaDSCN7459


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