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Thread: New Quilt Rack

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    Beautiful rack! My husband gets Wood magazine and offered to make me a very similar one, but we don't have anywhere to put it. Yours looks great!

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    Love both the rack and the ruler center!
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    Wow - this is such a unique and beautiful quilt rack. I love it! And your quilts are absolutely gorgeous!
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    Fab-u-lous .... both of the pieces! I am going to show the ruler holder to my local woodman (my dh) as this would make a great Christmas gift. You did a nice job on these. My Dad was a carpenter and would have loved them. Thanks for showing them.

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    Wow! I wish I could make things like that! or knew someone who could.

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    That is so cool! You are so talented.

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    That is a great idea to use the dead space above the railing, love that ruler rack. You are very talented and creative. Going up is a very good idea. Beautiful quilts also. You have some terriffic ideas. Thanks for showing us.
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    Just yesterday I was on "youtube" and saw your video of sewing/quilting room tour. Of course, I recognized the beautiful railing and ruler rack, so I knew it was your video. Your quilts are beautiful, and how nice to have a partner who is also an artisan in carpentry.

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    Love them both. I can't imagine that I could make either one. It appears that the arms on the quilt rack swing out. That's pretty impressive! Great job!

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    Good job.
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    COOL! its a Q-rack and Art Too!!
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    Great idea!... Thanks for sharing it. Your quilts are BEAUTIFUL and should be displayed, and such a unique way to do so!...
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    How cool is that congrats nice quilts

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    How cool is that?!?! Lovely! I see orders coming in!! Beautiful quilts too!

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    Wow! Love the quilt rack. What a good use of space.
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    Those are both really neat ideas! Super good job.

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    I LOVE the quilting ruler rack. The quilting rack is an excellent use of space. I wish I was wood savvy. Was it hard to make?? Could a beginner make one. I would love to be able to make one for myself. Thanks for sharing.

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    wow! that looks great. i like it, also the rulers rack. i love them both...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cny_sewer39 View Post
    I LOVE the quilting ruler rack. The quilting rack is an excellent use of space. I wish I was wood savvy. Was it hard to make?? Could a beginner make one. I would love to be able to make one for myself. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a blessed weekend.

    debra
    I think it would be a challenge for a beginner, especially if they did not have a drill press, a band saw and a table saw with a tapering jig. Good luck if you decide to make one.

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    How wonderful. I love this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnoughQuilts View Post
    I think it would be a challenge for a beginner, especially if they did not have a drill press, a band saw and a table saw with a tapering jig. Good luck if you decide to make one.
    Thanks for letting me know. Unfortunely, I don't have a drill press, a band saw or a table saw with a tapering jig. I guess, I will just have to keep dreaming. Thanks again.

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    Love it!!!!!!

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    What a wonderful way to show your work! Lovely idea!

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