How to hang a Sewing Pegboard – DIY video and instructions on how to install a pegboard to hold your sewing equipment and tools. #pegboard
How to hang a Sewing Pegboard
It is rather easy!
I screwed in on corner. Then I got a small level and put it up to the level spot and screwed in the other corner. I didn’t put the screws in all the way yet either!
Then I put the bottom corners in and the middle. (Again not all the way in yet.
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Now I finished putting them all the way in. Then you can add your peg accessories as needed.
BTW, That pegboard accessory kit I got, don’t get it. It was a waist! Came with a lot of peg stuff that I won’t use! Just buy them separately. Walmart sells them cheaper than Lowe’s.
You can install it either direction, landscape or portrait. I choose landscape in my install.
This steel pegboard is metal, so you can even put magnets on it or even use magnet accessories on it. Like that red magnet cup, shown in the image at the top of this post. Plus other kinds of magnets, like the ones I sell on here!
I liked this steel pegboard because it reminded me of the old chrome bumpers from cars and trucks. Plus, it seemed more manly than a plain white or plain black.
There you got! That simple and easy! I did it myself and I am not a tool and putting things up kind of guy either! I am saying that I know you can do this too!
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