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Thread: wagon wheel quilt rack

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    wagon wheel quilt rack

    This is for battle axe she wanted a picture with no quilt
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    Now I'm curious as to how you hang quilts on it.
    Chocolate is the Answer. Who cares what the question is.

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    Thanks!!!! My name is Marcia too!!
    And I used to live in Belle Plaine, IA.

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    Beautiful quilt hanger.

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    nice!!!!!hanger
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    there is a rod that fits across and into those slits you can see one on the left in the picture.

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    Beautiful! Very unique!
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    I'm wondering why the rod isn't shown......or is it at the ready to bash you over the head for calling her a battle axe?!
    (It's pretty clever though!)

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    that was her name she uses on this board and I had a quilt on the rod and did not want to unfold the quilt just to show the rod I am sure we all know you do need a rod to hang the quilt on.

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    It hangs from bottom side, there should be a place for screw both side at the end of the edges.
    It is looking pretty awesome.

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