Just finished a little cutie in yellow and purple - not a color combination I normally try but the cat and bird Project Linus quilt got me thinking in that direction. I stuck it up on my now not-portable design wall (more later) and took a picture. This is a bit hard because the design wall is mounted in the hallway which is only 42" wide, so getting enough distance to capture the full quilt is a problem. This photo was shot a little from below, causing the trapezoidal effect. And here is is folded on my desk with its backing and binding. Isn't that backing fabric something else!The benefit of having a portable design was was beginning to be outweighed by the drawbacks. I got tired of leaning it against the kitchen wall or the bedroom closet doors, and wanted somewhere I could leave projects in place without it being in the way. The design wall is a 40" x 60" piece of foamcore covered with batting and white flannel, by the way, so it doesn't take much room. It's good for small quilts.
Then I thought of the wall behind the quilt rack in the hallway. I could hang it there with some of those nifty Command adhesive picture hangers and camouflage it with the quilt on display. So here's how it turned out.