Monday, 4 January 2010

Design Wall Monday 4th January 2010



Judy Laquidara of Patchwork Times has a design wall weekly feature that I really wanted to join last year, but did not get around to it. Or should I say Hubby did not get around to fixing one up for me!

This picture shows the design wall fabric I was given about 6 years ago, and so far all that has happened it is out of the packet! 2010 will see it up on the wall.

7 comments:

SpinningStar said...

Hey, it is a start! I finally put up a design wall last year and I really like it and wonder why I didn't do it sooner. You will enjoy having one - easier to take pictures of projects.

Liz

Tamera said...

I hear ya! We're working on the basement, so I don't have a design wall yet, but I just take pictures of the blocks on the cutting table, or a couch or a chair...whatever's handy, he he he.

Miss Deb said...

Hey! my first design wall was the floor. It makes a great wall.

Quilter Kathy said...

Great news! You will really enjoy it!

Sharon T in Lynden said...

Good luck getting your wall up Diana. Makes a HUGE difference for me. I'm spoiled, I have a room dedicated to my obsession, and three different design walls mounted. It's hard for me to go to retreats and not have a design wall to work from. Will look forward to seeing what you do!

Diane said...

Before my son moved out (and I took over his room!) I'd thumbtack my design wall flannel to a wall in the diningroom, then I got a china cupboard and there went the wall. I know, what was I thinking getting a china cupboard! You will love having one -hope you get it soon.

Angie said...

I had the same problem, not for years though, just a few months... I was waiting to use my design wall so, one day, I asked for a few of HIS nails and HIS big hammer... out came the wooden baton the drill the leveling thing... hey ho.... it's up and I use it all the time! Good luck with getting yours up.

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