.... display your quilts? It's fun to find different ways to display my quilts. There are several different wall hangers that I have used for displaying my quilts.
This quilt hangs in my bedroom. I love the roses in this quilt. It was made and hand quilted by my sister in love. She is a very good quilter and we have a lot of fun together. I found this quilt rack at Wally world on clearance for a whopping $10!! I bought 3 of them.
This quilt hanger was found at a local quilt shop.
I thought it was so perfect for this spot. I made
this quilt from a magazine pattern, but I only
made half of it! It fits in this corner perfectly, and
covers the electrical box.
This hanger is displayed in my dining room. My sweet sister in love gave me this bow shaped hanger one year for my birthday. Did I mention that she is a great quilter?? I love the pattern for this quilt because there is no pattern! We just got together and sewed strips, cutting them apart and sewing them back together. It was so much fun. And a great way to use up some stash.
Last year at Paducah, I found this wonderful hanger. I love this hanger because it does not damage your quilt in any way. It has a clever device to open the hinged pieces.
It has a soft touch grip and keeps your quilts away from the wood. They come in all sizes and beautiful wood finishes. They can even add a strip of your fabric to the front panel to match the quilt that is hanging. It is made right here in the good ole US of A by Lorie's Little Quilts.
They do have a website, if you are interested in taking a look. I don't know if they will be in Paducah this year, because Lorie told me last year they were adopting two little children, so that may hinder their traveling to shows. Here is their website - www.LoriesLittleQuilts.com. It's so fun to find something new, that will enhance your quilting.
Quilting on the Grand Strand, part 2
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