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Thread: Ideas for hanging Work in Progress quilts to photograph?

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    Super Member CorgiNole's Avatar
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    I use a pair of generic pants hangers with the clips on them - and tuck them into the slats on the closet doors.

    Cheers, K

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    I use a flannel sheet as a design wall. It holds the blocks without pins. If I want to take a photo, I hang the flannel sheet from the curtains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charsuewilson View Post
    I use a flannel sheet as a design wall. It holds the blocks without pins. If I want to take a photo, I hang the flannel sheet from the curtains.
    I did this before I had a dedicated design wall.
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    Thanks for all the great ideas, Ladies! I re-arranged my sewing room to empty part of one side for a design area - though the barn walls aren't that tall - and then utilize the door area with hooks and clips for hanging larger WIP or even finished lap quilts. Your help is greatly appreciated! ~ Patty

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    I thumbtacked a queen-sized batt to my wall. I can pin when the pieces are larger or simply press with my hand for the smaller pieces.
    Laurie in NYC

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