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Thread: Plastic Rings For Hangers

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    Does anyone know where I can order online some plastic rings about 1" wide for sewing to the backs of small wall hanging quilts for hangers? I can't find them anywhere.

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    I use to see them with drapery and curtain notions.
    Mary Ellen in FL

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    you should be able to buy them at Wal-Mart Hancocks or Hobby Lobby.
    They are Susan Bates® Luxite® Bone Rings

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    I have seen them at my Hancock fabric store.

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    I think walmart has them or you can get them where they sell yarn. I used to crochet around them to make coasters.

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    Thanks!

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    The Hancock store by me has them with drapery supplies.

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    I've seen them at walmart.

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    wal-mart with knitting and crochet hooks

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    Take a gander at all this site offers :wink:

    http://www.jhittlesewing.com/sewing/catalog.php

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    I have bought them in the past at JoAnns. Maybe even Michaels.

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    For my wallhanging quilts, I sew a sleeve on them using either some backing fabric or some other fabric that I have on hand. The last one I made, the back was blue and the sleeve was a marbled purple with a trip around the world quilt on the front. The receipient loved it and said the sleeve on the back was great b/c now his wife doesn't have to firgure out how to hang it. Just a suggestion.

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    Well after searching 4 Walmarts and a Hancocks I finally found some .....and bought them all! :-)

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    There is a place in Bethlehem Ps. that sells sewing and craft supplies in quanity. go to www.Homesew.com and you can find whatever you need. I have ordered lace, buttons and many other things from them.

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    OOPS, I miss spelled Pa. sorry

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