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Thread: Quilt Hanger

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    I'm looking for a quilt hanger. It needs to hold a finished size of 24" wide. I found a great one in Connecting Threads, but it isn't on line. Any other ideas?

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    decorative curtain rod?

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    I've used decorative curtain rods. They work great.
    Cup hooks with a dowel also work. Just not as pretty.
    One quilt hanger was made by my brother who is a woodworker.

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    If you click on my blog link I have a tutorial last month on making a really cute quilt hanger any size you want. The title is Quilt Hanger in less than 3 hours!

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    I also use a curtain rod on my wall. A really nice looking one. It was under 20.00

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    Always check your local thrift store!! I bought this one in the pic for $3, it holds up to a 24" wide quilt, gramabiese made the lovely quilt on it now for our Jan secret pal swap! Decorative rods are also a good idea, so many to choose from

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    How cool is that!! Thanks so much! :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Woolie
    If you click on my blog link I have a tutorial last month on making a really cute quilt hanger any size you want. The title is Quilt Hanger in less than 3 hours!

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    I really like this!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_1963
    Always check your local thrift store!! I bought this one in the pic for $3, it holds up to a 24" wide quilt, gramabiese made the lovely quilt on it now for our Jan secret pal swap! Decorative rods are also a good idea, so many to choose from

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    Woolie I am also an avid bread maker ,have been for years. But you are right about the dough. It's tough but likes to be handled.Your bread looked beautiful but probably needed a little more fondling. I love making sourdough. :thumbup:

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    Woolie I think that I could make that quilt rack . I didn't know about the decorative designs. That is so cute. And I have a bunch of those knobs from a previous project. What kind of dog is Enzo? He is really cute.

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