Easy, No Glue, Quilt Design Boards

Quilt Design Boards are so useful during so many stages of the quilt making process. First, I like to use them to organize all my cut pieces for a quilt. I stack them up and use alphabitties to label them per the pattern I am using.

Shop Alphabitties: here

I also use design boards to lay out my blocks and bring them to the sewing machine for sewing. I love this method because I find it helps me keep organized better, which means less seam ripping! I can also stack the boards and get more sewing done in one sitting this way! That means I am working more efficiently and can finish my projects faster!

While I love all the pretty design boards available to purchase, I do find them a bit pricey, and quite frankly, I would rather spend that money on fabric!

I also love the tutorials for fancy design boards using trim and all that, but, my hands just don’t love glue guns, and it seems like it takes a lot of time to make them.

I came up with a super fast method for making design boards and I really think you will love them too!

They take minutes to make and you probably have almost everything on hand!

Purchase fusible fleece: Here

Materials

  • Foam Board
  • Fusible Fleece
  • Ruler
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Heat Press or Iron

I put together a quick video to show how easily these Quilt Design Boards can be made!

Let me know if you make some!

Bye for now.

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