Make a Quick, Easy, and Inexpensive Quilt Rack

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Easily Adjust the Size to Fit Your Space!

This interesting quilt rack is simple to make from inexpensive PVC pipes and fittings. Plus you can easily adjust both the height and width to fit your space. More cross-bars can be added as well.

Since it’s free-standing it can go just about anywhere. We love the idea of creating a room divider by displaying one large quilt. A narrower rack with multiple cross-bars would be lovely placed crossways in a corner for a charming display of small quilts. A small rack sized for a mini quilt can be displayed on a table.

Quilt Display Rack Instructions

Quilt show organizers can use several racks to display quilts. A rack can also be used in the sewing room for keeping quilt parts organized (we’d add more cross-bars).

Since the PVC parts are not glued, the cross-bars can be unattached at one end and slipped through quilt sleeves. You can also use large beach clips to attach quilts or drape folded quilts over the bars. Plus the rack can be dismantled for storage.

Quilt Display Rack Instructions

Learn more about working with PVC and painting it here.

The size of the rack, found on Quilt Frog, is not provided. Instructions are included for choosing the right size pipes to support the weight of the quilts you want to display (you can go less than 1 1/4″ (probably 1″) for a small rack for table-sized quilts).

Click here for the free “Quilt Display Rack” instructions.


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