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Thread: New Quilt Hanger

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    Super Member katier825's Avatar
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    This was mentioned in an email from Over the Rainbow fabrics. It looks pretty easy to use - one person can hang even a large quilt by themselves. The larger one goes for about $49.

    http://www.hangitdangit.com/

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    Thanks just what I have been looking for, I dont want alot of holes in my walls !!

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    What a great product.

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    Very interesting. Sure makes hanging look easy. Thanks for sharing this link.

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    thanks for the link

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    I may have to put this on my wish list for Christmas.

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    Looks good and easy.

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    Wonderful Thanks!!!

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    What a neat idea. And here I was wondering while she slid that quilt onto the rod, how is she going to get that on the nail with no opening in the rod picket? Well, duh!

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    Thanks. I think I see a potential Christmas gift for me!

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    I like that!

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    Great, one more thing I just have to have ;)

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    It looks great but I thought it was kind of pricey. I came up with a cheaper idea. I use a wood dowel cut to the length you need and 1 or more wire fasteners. (black or clear plastic things that go around the dowel that have a hole to hang on the nail or whatever you use to hang it) I make end pockets and a couple bands to go over the dowel. You can ajust easy to get the quilt to hang stright.

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    Wonderful

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    That looks so cool!! I am going to have to try that!

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    Thanks. I need to get some of those for the family.

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    Looks like a neat idea. I would like to hear from anyone who has one to hear if they have used it for different size quilts and are pleased with the look. The one nail sounds great but, since different quilt sizes would need to be hung at different levels, you wouldn't be able to position the one nail to accomodate the different size quilts. However, if you typically hung the same size quilts in that location, it would appear to work. Hopefully someone who has used this product will post their experience.

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    This looks like a great way to hang quilts.
    Thanks

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    I was wondering how one nail could hold so much weight !

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    I have two of them. They are GREAT!!!!!

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    Wonder if I'll be able to see one of these in Houston.

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    I sell these in my store an my customers love them - it's so easy to hang the quilts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jansquiltn
    Wonder if I'll be able to see one of these in Houston.
    They were there last year. I'd be willing to bet we see them again.

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