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October 16, 2011


Tabitha O.

Hmm I gave up on mine as well a few years ago and now I use twine and clothespins on one large wall...of course this doesn't work with the larger designed quilts like what you do for those I use our table after everyone is asleep and it has to be cleaned up before they get up for breakfast lol


great now you got me going. never thought i really needed one...and now you screwed it up. see you in a couple of weeks


I'm going to star this post, Jess, for the next time I think I need a design wall. Because . this . would . so . be . my . story...

Congrats on the book, it looks quite fab even though I have (yet) to see it in person...


I too have wondered about those design walls, they look so cool when other people use them i thought I needed one. But your post tells me that I really don't need one, just some floor space, which I have been using for over 20 years. thanks for the tip.

טיפים לאיפור

Beautiful wall designs. I like all. Great job done by you. Stay up the good work! Thanks for sharing this one.

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