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Thread: Wall Hanging Hardware and How-Tos

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    Senior Member JackieG's Avatar
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    I am working on my first wall hanging and have some ideas on how I would like to hang it. I am thinking of possibly a tab-top type of valance so that I could slide a wrought iron curtain rod through it. I've seen the sleeve-type attachment, but not much else. PLEASE provide pics and ideas. All input is welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackieG
    I am working on my first wall hanging and have some ideas on how I would like to hang it. I am thinking of possibly a tab-top type of valance so that I could slide a wrought iron curtain rod through it. I've seen the sleeve-type attachment, but not much else. PLEASE provide pics and ideas. All input is welcome.
    Here is an example of a tab top type.

    I used a manzanita branch
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    Junior Member Ellis' Granny B's Avatar
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    What wonderful quilted hanging and creative idea for display.

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    I cut 2 4" squares, fold in half press, then baste to the top corners, then put the binding on, to hang you can stick a dowel of some kind in and hang on picture hangers.

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    great ideas

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