- 1 sheet foam insulation (4x8 feet, sold at home improvement stores)
- neutral-color flannel fabric (white, cream, or gray works best - amount depends on wall size)
- ruler & pen
- utility knife
- packing tape
- hammer & nails
Step 2: Peel protective plastic off foam pieces.
Step 3: Use packing tape to attach foam pieces together (if necessary).
Step 4: Lay foam board on top of flannel fabric, and cut fabric about 3" larger than board on all sides.
Step 5: Fold flannel to back of board and staple down. (The flannel I used was not wide enough to cover the entire 5x5 board; therefore, I repeated steps 4 & 5 with a second piece of flannel. You could also sew the 2 flannel pieces together).
Step 6: Secure board (flannel side out) to wall with hammer & nails. (My hubby helped hold the board while I hammered).
Step 7: Ta-da! Stand back and admire your handi-work. Then get to designing your next quilt!