Hey Marilynn I never saw it that way! I love it! thanks!
What a brilliant and simple way to do that ! Thank you so much ! 😉
Super quick and easy – thanks for posting the video!
Thanks for your comment.
This woman is clear, sticks to what needs to be said, gives a few extra
options, demonstrates slowly but not ploddingly, and is pleasant to boot.
She should give lessons on how to present things. She’s great!
Wow! What a nice compliment, thank you very much. And no–I didn’t pay this
person to say this. It was nice to read after I just got a filthy mouth
comment on another video I did.
Very helpful! But how do you hang the dowel on the wall?
You hang the dowel on a nail (or two–one at each end. If the quilt is
large have a nail in the center also). OR you can use curtain brackets to
set the dowel on. Good question
Thanks for this video. I forgot to sew on a sleeve before a bound my quilt
and was looking for ideas to add a sleeve after the fact. This was just
what I was looking for!
I am happy I could help!!
I don’t know exactly what you are asking. sorry. I hang my own quilts. Even
the very long ones.
Thank you for the great information!
Thanks! Very helpful!
Thanks so much for the info. You did a great job of presenting – as someone
before me has said – concise, easy to understand. I’ve had a quilt the size
of just the top of a double bed that I made 40 years ago that will look
great over my fireplace. Now it can finally get some use.
Great job – thanks so much. I really like your delivery style too.
Thank u v much …..
Thank you for this! My first time hanging a quilt and this technique worked
great. I ironed the seams open and my all tabs came out super cute.
Thank you for these great suggestions. I am going to use a wall hanging on
my deck, which has siding on the wall where I will be using my wall
hanging. So I am going to buy hooks appropriate for siding. I will also be
putting some kind of loop on the end of the dowel, an eye screw?, so that
it will hook over the siding hook. I will add fishing weights at the bottom
or a metal rod, so the wall hanging will not blow away. Any tips on how to
be sure the wall hanging will stay in place?
Thanks. I am making my first “modern art” quilt and I want to hang it, and
didn’t know how!
so, can this be done with antique quilts or is that just taboo
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