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    quilt hanger

    Has anyone bought the magnet ficent invisible quilt hanger that I see advertised at the site bnpquilts.com?
    It is is not supposed to damage the walls and is hung with "specially designed magnets". Please advise.

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    This is a question I can definitely answer. First of all, I know Bits n Pieces, it's my local shop. The hanger is hung with 3M Command Strips. The magnets are round and really strong. The metal bar that comes with it goes in the sleeve on the back of your quilt. I like using it on my door so that I can hang different door designs regularly. I have heard customers in the shop say that they really like their's as well. I am not an employee there, just a customer who sews there on average 3 times a week. I have not placed mine on my wall. Just on my door but friends have put them on the wall. As for damage, I haven't heard of any and we see the man who created the hanger at shows and his booth is always swamped.

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    The website for the hanger is: www.magnificentquilt.com if you want to read more about them. I hope that helps.

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    There is also the hang it dang it which has gotten better reviews than the magnifent one!
    http://www.hangitdangit.com/

    Better for larger quilts.

    There is also a tute out on how to make your own magnificent hanger using what they did. I 3m tab with a heavy magnet and curtain rod! Will have to find it again!

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    Thanks everyone for the information. Now to do some research! You people are the BEST!!!!

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