Thursday, December 17, 2015

A quick covered design wall

   The orange peels are assembled.....but the border idea was not working, so I won't even show it.  Instead, please notice the  new "cover" for the design wall!

   I ordered 90'' wide white flannel to pin over the old flannel.  It was dirty / dusty and needed to go.  But, as it was stapled down, I chose the easy route to cover it.  Using t-pins, we tucked the extra length under and pinned it to the edges.  A quick recover that can easily be removed and washed.    A very good thing!





  One more re-cycle idea.  I wanted a  box to keep my Quilty 365 circles in.  It needed to be small and have a lid.   I noticed an unused recipe box in the back of the cabinet earlier this week.  I did not really like the graphics.....so I pasted over it.  I had some handmade paper with leaves and such embedded into it that I thought I would try.   I just used tacky glue....modge podge probably would have done a nicer job.  This works for now and I have a safe place to store those finished circles.

 Packages are wrapped, cookies to bake.....and a couple more cards to write.  It's almost time for a nap.  Happy stitching.

7 comments:

  1. Great idea for the quilty 365 project. We used the T-pins on the design wall earlier this year. I love them because if that flannel stretches they're easy to remove and re-pin. Merry Christmas!

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  2. T pins are great for fastening when re-covering a design wall, I did this with mine and it's worked great.
    Your orange peel is beautiful Debbie, I guess we'll see the border before too long. As Christmas will be here in a few days I'll wish you a very Happy Christmas!

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  3. The peals look great - enjoy them as is for a bit, the border will come. Great recycle for a project box.

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  4. Wow, the orange peel looks great, does it need a border? maybe just a frame border. The circle box is great, I like the look.

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  5. Wow! You sure are getting a lot done on a bunch of different fronts. Great idea for using an old recipe box and handmade paper. Your orange peels look great too!

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  6. Very pretty, Debbie!
    Good call on your design wall cover. I used T-pins to attach the cotton batting I use on my design wall. Someone had warned me that over time it could sag, so I thought that would make it easy to tighten up. After 4+ years it still isn't sagging.
    That is very pretty paper you used to cover your box.
    Sounds like you have the festivities under control! : )

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