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sketchins Send a Message
Indiana
Hi,
I'm new to the forum but was wondering if someone could help me. I saw on one of Eleanor's shows a board she was using on the wall to lay out her patterns, it had a tacky surface and she talked about what it was made of and of course I have forgotten what that material was called.

Can anyone out there help me with remembering that?

Thanks much!!

Sheila
8/11/2015 4:57:38 AM
scrapquilter48 Send a Message
winnipeg, mb,canada
One quilter in my guild used tablecloth from dollarstore with flannel backing. Taped the tablecloth to wall, it worked wonders.
8/12/2015 5:00:52 AM
rosebud3 Send a Message
Farmington,NM
El's "Design Wall" is made with headliner fabric. It is the fabric they use in the roof of a car.

Now that I have answered your question Sheila, I'd like to take a moment to say welcome. So glad you came in for a visit. We would like to invite you to join in on the sew-in thread and swaps thread as well. A good part of the time it helps to show up in the sew-in and ask your questions there as well since that is where we chat over coffee, on lunches and breaks at work, etc. most of the time.

Mary/Rosebud
8/12/2015 4:50:34 PM
Suzquilts Send a Message
Aurora CO
I have two yards of 72" felt on my wall that works great as well.

Susan
8/15/2015 7:10:57 PM
I use a flannel sheet that I attached to the wall with small binder clips. This way I can take it down when I want fold and put away or wash when needed. Works great and they come in several sizes.

Sue
8/17/2015 2:28:41 AM
purrfect-lady Send a Message
Gig Harbor, WA
I don't have much wall space for a design wall, so I covered two 2'x4' sheets of 1" thick insulation from Home Depot with flannel. I just prop them up when I need them and slide them into a closet when I don't. And the flannel is washable! works great.
8/28/2015 7:44:44 AM
Dobieslady1 Send a Message
Oxford, CT
I tacked up batting to my wall and it works great!
9/12/2015 5:59:03 PM
scrapquilter48 Send a Message
winnipeg, mb,canada
From Canada,
I vltr for elections when they come around,
as a supporter of the candidate we receive
sign for our yards.. Tape flannel to it, and
there is my pin wall.. It also great for those
large puzzles I make every winter.
12/13/2015 4:01:08 AM
sumarben Send a Message
Webster NY
I also use flannel backed tablecloth - I tack it to the molding above a folding closet door in another room because I have very little wall space in sewing room. Works very well and the tack marks don't show when I take it down.
9/25/2016 3:15:37 PM
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