Monday, August 16, 2010

Design wall

Hi all

My design wall is made from a piece of batting the size of the quilt it is hiding behind when not in use.
The batting is pinned to the wall very easy and the blocks just stay on it without pinning.

I have included some pictures, one is my quilt in front of the design wall, the other shows how I move my quilt and hang it in front of my build in cupboard with hooks over the doors.

And hopefully you can see the little pins used to hold the batting up.



  1. Good idea Christine and I love your quilt too, such lovely colour - thanks for sharing - Hugs Nat

  2. I love the idea of the 'over the door' hooks. I have two standard doors about a ft. apart in my quilting area that I could hand the hooks over. I'm excited to try it. Thanks.

  3. I have loved your quilt ever since I first saw it on your blog. You took Hexagons to the next level.


  4. Hmmm?! What a clever idea/solution. Over the door hooks and a rod. Genius!!! Thanks for sharing, Christine. ; )

    By the way, your quilts are BEAUTIFUL!!!

  5. What is the pattern in the top photo? I love all the quilts you have shown. They are gorgeous. debbie

  6. Beatiful quilt and I love the quilt in progress, too! What is the pattern?

  7. Looks fabulous! I love all the details and the fabric! I have been browsing blogland and decided to "advertise" some of my new faves in a post on my own blog. Your personal blog is in the list, as wella s this one. Stop by if you have a moment!

  8. Love the pics Christine, your bottom quilt is absolutely divine. Looks gorgeous against that green wall too.