Create a DIY Quilt Stand for a Small Space

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Finish it to Match Your Decor!

Display a lot of quilts in a small space with this charming quilt ladder. Quilts can hang on two sides, plus one can drape over the top for a lovely display.

Choose the wood of your choice and stain or paint it to match your decor. If you don’t have woodworking skills and tools, perhaps someone you know can make it for you.

DIY Quilt Stand

This is a relatively inexpensive project for a beautiful quilt rack. It’s estimated that the materials will cost about $35.

The finished rack, designed by Juan Carvajal for Percales Quilts, is about 4′ (48″) high x 2′ (24)” wide x 2′-5″ (29″) long.

Click here to purchase the “Quilt Stand Plan.”


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