worked only 4 days this week due to the snow so Friday was a day to putter around , I did manage to finish ripping out all the threads from the quilt and remove all the little bits of thread, what a job that was, but now it is ready to re quilt but first I have to baste it .
which leads me to this project ,, I have made a quilting wall! used Styrofoam insulation board the type that u can get at any hardware store and used a type of clocking that can be removed form the wall with out causing any damage, it is the type use for putting up plastic storm sheeting on windows and is easy removed, I live in a rented apt , so I have to be careful not to damage the wall. And what gave me the idea to do this you may ask,, well I want to spray baste it and i was looking at you tube to see how it is done and saw a lady who used ceiling tiles to make a quilting wall, she also is the one who spray bastes all her quilts using her wall.
After the wall was up I covered the wall with some fabric and now it is ready to go, I used thumb tacks to attach the fabric along the edges of the foam broad, and will use pins for pinning fabric to the wall, in the pic above I have pinned the quilt top to see how it works, so far so good,.
Well that is all for now happy sewing to all