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Thread: Magnetic quilt hangers

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    Junior Member Daisygirl's Avatar
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    Magnetic quilt hangers

    Has anyone ever used any of the magnetic quilt hangers that are out there? I see there are a couple out there but I'm not sure if they are worth the money.
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    I have one and really like it. However I suspect you could make one much cheaper. Also be aware of the width it will hold, for wide or heavy quilts you might need two of them.

    Kat

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    I saw some at the Paducah Quilt Show and they looked really easy to use. Did not look at the price though.
    Nikki in MO

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    I did look at the prices, they range from $30 to about $55. Which I dont think the prices are that bad, I am just tired of wasting money.
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    I've used neodymium magnets in the past. My husband purchased several when he was building high-end speakers. Be careful - they are VERY powerful.

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    I love mine. It was less than $30 when I bought it a year or two ago. Recently hung a little larger quilt on it and just used an old curtain rod that fit. Holds it beautifully.

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    I have 2 of them and love them. I use one for seasonal wall hangings, and love I can change them out easily.
    Karen in CA
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    Could you please provide us the brand name and possibly web site of the ones you are satisfied with?
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