Not gonna lie, my fabric covered peg board is something to behold.
AND, I'm gonna tell ya how to make one for your very ownself.
- spray adhesive
- fabric, wrinkle and crease free
- pegboard hooks
Purchase some pegboard at a lumberyard or Lowe's or Home Depot. Or totally luck out like me (because People Give Me Stuff) and snag brother-in-law's leftover pegboard material.
Cut pegboard to fit inside your frame. (Don't install pegboard into frame yet.)
Walk yourself outdoors with a can of spray adhesive. Spray the pegboard with adhesive.
Carefully smooth your fabric over the tacky pegboard. Get it right the first time because there isn't much forgiveness between the fabric and glue. Trim excess fabric.
Install the pegboard into your frame. Stand in awe of your near wonderful creation.
Install two Gorilla hooks to balance and level your framed pegboard.
Now we're getting to the fun part. Drag a finger across the fabric to select a pegboard hole. Grab your handy awl and gently poke through the hole. Aggressive poke-age will result in stretched and unfortunate fabric puckering.
Insert a pegboard hook.