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Thread: My grandmother's wallhanging hangers

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    Super Member EasyPeezy's Avatar
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    Now I get it. Neat idea. Thanks for sharing. Might come in handy for those small
    quilts I didn't think of adding a hanger before the binding.

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    Thanks for this tut, and also the close-up pics really help!
    K
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    Placement and length, based on the size of the piece, are a bit of trial and error. Some pieces give more at the ends and some more in the middle, so you may need to go closer to the end and put a 3rd and/or 4th tab. But, that's the same as with the sewn in ones, right?

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    You can buy command hooks that grip your wall without making holes. They are perfect for wall-hanging quilts; especially when you like to change them around for different seasons. I use them especially at Christmas.
    Karen in Kentucky

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