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Thread: What method do you use to hang a wallhanging???

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    Ok, so I am working on a wall hanging for my mom for her birthday. She loves pansies so I am doing 3 appliqued pansies. My question is what is the preferred method used to hang the wall hangings? It will probably be maybe 12 x 36 with the 3 blocks on top of eachother going down. Not entirely sure of the total size yet. I have done sleeves on my bigger ones to hang w/ a curtain rod, but this one seems too small to do that with. HELP!!

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    What a wonderful gift!

    I like to put tabs on them:


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    Here is a link to Ami Simms Alzheimer's quilt site that has several methods for preparing small quilts for hanging:
    http://www.alzquilts.org/paqdisplay.html

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    wow zyx - that's neat! found the directions and printed them out!

    thanks!

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    Thanks! That site was a big help!

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    Wow, what a wonderful Xmas wall hanging!

    Love the tabs look.

    Ami Simms does have wonderful stuff too.

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