Once the Quilt is Done It’s Ready to Hang!
While we love the look of many small quilts hung together, the thought of getting and keeping them on the wall is a bit daunting. We’ve tried a number of hanging systems and they all seem like a lot of work.
There are many ideas floating around for hanging small quilts, from attaching sleeves to using special hanging devices. We love the method outlined by Amanda at Material Girl Quilts.
Learn more about the quilt above here.
It’s fast, easy and is incorporated into the binding so that once a quilt is done it’s ready to hang. The only other thing you need is a small dowel cut to the right size and a nail or other hanging device (put two nails two or three inches apart along a horizontal line so the quilt always hangs straight).
Whether you want to hang one little quilt or several, we think you’ll like this easy method.
Photo Credit: The photo at the top of the page is from HenHouse.
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