Incorporate This Simple Step Into the Quilt’s Construction!
Large quilts are absolutely wonderful on the wall. These works of art can pull the decor together while adding a warm and comforting touch to any room.
The quilt doesn’t need to be fancy, either. Any quilt you love can be hung, whether it’s a complex work of art or a simple design that speaks to you. See an example of how stunning a simple quilt can be here.
There are many ways to hang a large quilt, however most involve hand sewing a sleeve on the back. Laura from Sew Very Easy has an easier way.
Her simple method is quick, easy and even provides scraps in case the quilt ever needs to be repaired. Plus, unlike with sleeves, there’s no rod poking out the sides of the quilt – unless you want there to be.
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Notice how the hanging triangles nearly touch each other. You may want to add more to a larger quilt than the three that she’s showing here.
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