A Super Easy Way to Hang Mini Quilts

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No Sewing or Carpentry Required!

We love the look of a grouping of mini quilts hung on a wall. Whether they be in various styles and sizes, or a collection of mug rugs or pot holders, little quilts provide charming decor that will brighten any room.





Hanging them can be a challenge, however. There are several ways to go about it but most involve sewing a special sleeve on the back of the quilt or carpentry skills – or both.

A Super Easy Way to Hang Mini Quilts

Fortunately, we’ve discovered a super simple method that omits all that. Plus, the quilts can be easily repositioned as needed.

Edyta Sitar and Wall of Mini Quilts

Edyta Sitar with a wall of mini quilts. Found on Pinterest.

Beth from Cooking Up Quilts uses Velcro Command strips. They go on both the wall and the quilt very quickly and easily. Plus, they can be easily removed and do not leave any residue that might harm a quilt (if you’ve ever used regular Command strips you know how great these are!).

A Super Easy Way to Hang Mini Quilts

Learn all about Beth’s method in the following article and have fun putting together your own display of mini quilts.

You’ll find Velcro Command strips here.

Click here for the “TIP: Hanging My Mini’s” article.

 

 

 

 

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