I've wanted a design wall for ages. I thought it'd make my quilting life easier and it should. My new portable design wall and I have gotten off to a rough start.
On the recommendation of two quilty friends, one on FB and one on IG, I purchased "Cheryl Ann's Portable, Free Standing Design Wall". I got the large size, 72" x 72". In theory, this should be just what I need. I have no wall space to dedicate to a design wall, so one that can be put up and taken down, as needed, sounded divine.
My first problem when I attempted assembly yesterday was the Brace Clips did not easily snap on; they were a bear to get on, and one actually broke, rendering the use of that pole mute.
The top photo shows the printed rows of this quilt top before adding the half blocks to the ends of half the rows. The photo above shows the rows rearranged after the rows were complete, and the design wall had tipped over, dumping the blocks on the floor. After this photo was taken, it tipped over again!
May your bobbins always be full,