Its just a little one. One simple question. And I could really use some advice.
If you've stopped by before, you probably know that we are in the middle of a big move. And when I finally get into my new quilt room, I'm going to have a small problem. I need a new design wall.
For the last couple of years, I've been using a BlockButler. It was ok, but I never was able to get it to work as advertised. Supposedly, it would stick to the wall on its own (it never did- I ended up having to tack it with some small nails) and the sticky surface was going to hold the blocks up without pins (which it may do if it felt like it, but I usually had to use pins anyway). When we were packing, I decided that if I had to use pins on my design wall anyway, I did NOT want to deal with the sticky residue all over them and so I got rid of the design wall.
Now I have to find an alternative design wall. I did a search on the internet (of course) and found several options, but I'm still confused. So here is my survey question: What sort of design wall do you have in your work space and would you recommend it to friends? How well do you really like it, and how well does it work? (Wait, that ended up being two questions, didn't it? But same subject...)
So, there is the survey. Please, please, leave a comment and tell me what you think the best option would be. As I said, I'm now very confused from everything I've read. Thanks for stopping by, and especially, thanks for your help!
PS. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, Everyone! Until next time, happy stitching!