Tutorial: How to Make a Semi-portable Design Wall
The design wall has by far been the most valuable addition to my studio. I don't have a wall large enough to dedicate to permanently attached panels, so I wanted to make a sturdy, two-piece design wall that could be moved around the house as need be. It was important...
Duct Tape......Who Knew!!!!/Design Wall Tutorial
Well, all you handymen, of course.....but was I listening, well frankly, NO. I'm now officially a Duct Tape convert . I've been putting ...
State of my Sewing Room
Re-arranged a little bit over the weekend to try and get a new perspective, find some motivation and get some sewing done. (My tiny room is about 10' or 11' x 12'. My back is up against the wall taking this photo.)
Quilt Room Project
Hi Everyone, Did you all have a marvelous National/International Quilting Day? I spent it at an antique show and a Civil War battlefield. I didn't take so much as one stitch! I usually spend my weekends with my husband--so I don't often quilt on those days. On Sunday, my husband seemed a bit bored, so I got him to help me with a project for my quilt room. If you have been following me for a while, you may remember my post about my quilt room after we got moved in and settled. If you haven't…
My homemade roll up design wall
I had the shelf already. It was in our dining room of our old house, but it didn't fit in the new so I took it for my sewing room. It was wood colored
Make a Design Board - Craft Buds
I typically lay out my quilt blocks and fabrics on the carpet in order to test out designs. But this method only seems to attract cats or general foot traffic…
Floppy Design Wall....beside an open window
I've discovered hanging batting, from a decorative rod, makes for a very floppy or should I say unstable design wall. Although, it's fabu...
Easy Quilt Tutorials - Freemotion by the River
Easy Quilt Tutorials Learn how to make quilts using the fast and easy tutorials and patterns designed by Connie Kresin Campbell. Free PDFs
9 quilt design-wall ideas - Stitch This! The Martingale Blog
If you’re designing quilts, auditioning fabrics, or simply want to see how your quilt is coming along, a design wall is a great way to see a completed quilt top begin to emerge. Most of us have used a table or the floor to view the results of our sewing, but a design wall for …
Make a Design Board
With just a simple piece of canvas and regular quilting batting, you can create Make a Design for all your creativity needs. This easy quilting project takes less than 5 minutes to complete and is incredibly cheap for any quilter to make. Use this board to organize all of your non traditional and scrap quilt patterns and finally free up your quilting space. You may even find inspiration for your next quilt from the multicolored fabrics that can be organized on this board.
Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog by Fat Quarter Shop
Fat Quarter Shop’s Jolly Jabber quilting blog about the latest trends in quilting like new fabric collections, quilt patterns, quilt kits, quilting tutorials and fabric sales.