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    Information on something to hang quilts with

    I saw advertised a telescopting rod for hanging quilts. The way it was made it only took one screw of something to attach it to a wall. I knew I should have saved the link but didn't. Does anyone remember seeing this item?

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    I think it is the Hang It Dang It quilt rod. It only uses one nail and is magnetic and comes in three sizes.
    Got fabric?

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    Thank you I'm sure that is it.

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    http://www.hangitdangit.com/ This is fantastic. It could also be used for a design wall.

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    I did look at the website and it does look really neat but it's a bit pricey (JMHO)
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    I wouldn't use it near a computerized sewing machine. If it shouldn't be used if you have a pace maker, it can't be good for our machines.
    Happy Quilting.

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    An extending curtain rod (or dowel) and 2 3m-command hooks (removable with no marks, holds 5 pounds easily) is my solution of choice for quilt hanging

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    I have two of the Hang It Dang It rods. Yes it is a little expensive, but I change my quilts all the times and it changes sizes and works with only the one nail. A magnet on the wall isn't any problem with your computerized sewing machine or computer, don't know about the pacemaker. I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally J View Post
    I have two of the Hang It Dang It rods. Yes it is a little expensive, but I change my quilts all the times and it changes sizes and works with only the one nail. A magnet on the wall isn't any problem with your computerized sewing machine or computer, don't know about the pacemaker. I love mine.
    That is good to know. I just read the warnings on the web site. Sounds like a really strong magnet to me.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Thanks for the link. It looks interesting.
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    Something to hang quilts

    What are the command hooks that you use? Do they have another name? Where are they available?
    Thank you.



    Quote Originally Posted by RST View Post
    An extending curtain rod (or dowel) and 2 3m-command hooks (removable with no marks, holds 5 pounds easily) is my solution of choice for quilt hanging

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