UFO to GO Portable Design Wall

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UFO to GO Portable Design Wall Pattern


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Sewing: UFO to GO Portable Design Wall
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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

The UFO to GO (Un-Finished Objects) portable design wall can be used to lay out quilt blocks at your tableside, or load with fabric and supplies to wrap up and store! Made with Riley Blake Designs' laminated cotton lined with Pellon fleece, your quilt blocks stick to the fleece and stay put when you roll up the laminate cover. Use at your tableside or grab and go to quilt class!

NEW!! KITS available at my Etsy Store: www.etsy.com/shop/Quiltscapes
and upon request - deonn@quiltscapesqs.com

Be sure to watch the video to see how to make the Deluxe version! http://youtu.be/-4eBjeP-Urs

For more free "Snippets" from my Sewing Room, stop by for a visit at Quiltscapes! http://www.quiltscapesqs.com/p/snippets.html

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 15" x 30"


  • 1/2 yard RBD Laminate cotton fabric
  • 1/2 yard Pellon fusible fleece (987F or TP971)
  • 1/4 yard binding
  • 1 yard 5/8" gros-grain ribbon
  • Two cute 1" buttons
  • Two covered elastic bands
  • KIT AVAILABLE upon request - deonn@quiltscapesqs.com

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

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Ladymax on craftsy.com

Good So Useful  July 3, 2013

This is one of the most useful articles that I have ever made for myself and the instructions were s easy to follow. It is, I believe , intended to transport projects from home to class or guild meetings. I use it at home to lay out blocks that are cut but not sewn when I need my table.

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by Deonn
Heber City, UT
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Love to dream, design, make quilts, write patterns and tutorials, teach quilting skills to youth and adults, and doodle with my longarm quilting machine. I grew up under my grandma's quilt frames, my mother taught me to sew at about age nine, and now I love to hang out with my own daughters in the sewing room, just as I did so many years ago with my mom and sisters. www.quiltscapesqs.com.

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