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Thread: Different Quilt Rack!

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    http://www.quiltracks.com/quilt-rack...lquiltrack.cfm Thought this was cool. Think I want one. Running out of floor space for quilt racks!

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    That's really neat. I have more floor space than I do wall space though. Let us see if loaded when you get it, okay?

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    The solution to your problem is to give away all your quilts. That has worked for me. I don't have a single quilt at home that I made.

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    A friend of mine that has her home decorated in country primitive has a very old ladder that's been cut down to about 8' that she uses to display her old quilts.

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    I use an old ladder that was my grandfather's. It's got 9 rungs and holds quite a few quilts; I also have a bunk bed ladder (found it on my neighbor's trash heap) that holds small quilts and table runners. I like the idea of a metal rack that hangs-thanks for posting this.
    (Just remember when using a wooden item cover the rungs so your fabric isn't in direct contact with wood; this shouldn't be a problem with the metal one.)

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    I think I would put something between the metal and my quilt, too. Especially if it was going to be there for "a long time"

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    It doesn't look like it holds very large quilts. If it does, can you imagine the wieght? I have a rod iron quilt rack that sits on the floor and it was leaving marks in my quilts, as the iron rod was quite thin. I took towels and wrapped the rods and rehung the quilts. I don't put large quilts on it as they won't fit with the padding on the rods. Have to admit, it is a beautiful rack and I'm still glad that I purchased it, it just got a different set of quilts.

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    Neat idea!

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    That's awesome!!! Thanks for the link... :)

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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