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Thread: Wall Quilt Hanger

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    Just installed new quilt hanger I made.
    Most of the long hangers I have seen have a one piece front. I thought this made it too hard to hang a quilt. I made my front piece out of several pieces to make hanging it easier. It is about 11 1/2 feet long made of white oak.
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    Very nicely done. Clever using the golf balls:)

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    I just love when someone makes their ideas work! Love it!!!!

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    Very smart. I agree about the long front piece - it makes it hard to put up your quilt evenly. This is a great solution!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    I just love when someone makes their ideas work! Love it!!!!
    Yes! also, I love the quilts you have hung.

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    Great idea!

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    Nice

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    Love this!

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    Excellent idea and execution!

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    Very nice!!!

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    Very smart and beautiful. Love the whimsy use of golf balls.

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    nice job

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    So creative!

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    Excellent! The quilts are pretty spectacular too!

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    I called my husband, the golfer and woodworker, in to see this one. There might be a similar one in my future!

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    Super idea! Do you mind if a few hundred of us steal your idea? LOL I would love on with those antique repro. round glass balls.

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    You are so clever. And the quilt hung is gorgeous

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    Great solution!

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    Thanks for the compliments.

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