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Thread: Information on something to hang quilts with

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    Information on something to hang quilts with

    I saw advertised a telescopting rod for hanging quilts. The way it was made it only took one screw of something to attach it to a wall. I knew I should have saved the link but didn't. Does anyone remember seeing this item?

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    I think it is the Hang It Dang It quilt rod. It only uses one nail and is magnetic and comes in three sizes.
    Got fabric?

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    Thank you I'm sure that is it.

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    http://www.hangitdangit.com/ This is fantastic. It could also be used for a design wall.

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    I did look at the website and it does look really neat but it's a bit pricey (JMHO)
    Joyce

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    I wouldn't use it near a computerized sewing machine. If it shouldn't be used if you have a pace maker, it can't be good for our machines.
    Happy Quilting.

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    An extending curtain rod (or dowel) and 2 3m-command hooks (removable with no marks, holds 5 pounds easily) is my solution of choice for quilt hanging

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    I have two of the Hang It Dang It rods. Yes it is a little expensive, but I change my quilts all the times and it changes sizes and works with only the one nail. A magnet on the wall isn't any problem with your computerized sewing machine or computer, don't know about the pacemaker. I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally J View Post
    I have two of the Hang It Dang It rods. Yes it is a little expensive, but I change my quilts all the times and it changes sizes and works with only the one nail. A magnet on the wall isn't any problem with your computerized sewing machine or computer, don't know about the pacemaker. I love mine.
    That is good to know. I just read the warnings on the web site. Sounds like a really strong magnet to me.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Thanks for the link. It looks interesting.
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