Hang Mini Quilts with Quick Corner Triangles

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There’s No Need to Hand-Sew a Sleeve!

This hanging method is great for small quilts and so quick and easy to do. Once the binding is done the quilt is ready to hang.

Simply add squares folded into triangles to the upper corners. Bind the quilt, then slip a dowel into the pockets and hang the quilt on the wall.

Hang Mini Quilts with Quick Corner Triangles

The pockets aren’t noticeable from the front, meaning the quilt can also be displayed on a table (minus the dowel!).

Deb Gehringer from Monday Morning Designs explains how it’s done in the following article.

Click here for the “Corner Hanging Sleeve┬áTutorial.”

 

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