Traveling quilt boards are so handy in the sewing room. Lay out stacks of cut pieces and transport them to the machine, then move them to the ironing board, and so on, with ease.
A nappy surface means pieces do not slide around, fall off or become disorganized. Plus, you can make a board or two very quickly using artist canvases and flannel, fleece, batting or whatever you have on hand with a nappy surface.
Laura from Sew Very Easy shows you how to quickly make a traveling quilt board in the following video. Once you have your own you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it!
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