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Thread: Ingenious Wall Hanger

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    nice nice nice. i try not to keep that many in the house but my quilt rack now sure hold a bunch. lol
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    I'll have to keep this in mind.

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    love it! thanks for sharing
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    Awesome idea! Thanks. Now to go looking for a wall.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccthomas View Post
    I wonder how heavy the quilts are on this wall. How would this be placed on a wall? I can hear my hubby.

    Love the idea.
    With one that big and with that many quilt, it would definitely need to be installed at the studs.
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    Looks great, I think she probably figured out it would need to be hung so the screws would go into the studs. Most people are at least that smart.
    I don't have that much wall space.
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    that is so nice, drool . lol better get working on more quilts so i have a excuse to get one and it look full too

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    That is very nice but I sure don't have any blank wall space like that!
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    Wow. Awesome. Showed dear hubby. Believe it or not he says it is not to difficult to make. I wonder if they used curtain rods to hang on the shelving? A project for his retirement. Thanks for sharing. Piecefully Carol

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    That looks very similar to what Eleanor Burns has in her design room. There was a photo of it online.

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