So what do you do with all of the quilts that you’ve made – and keep?
Do they get stored away in a cupboard away from light and heat to preserve them – except when they’re being used, of course?
Or do you hang them around your house, to that everybody gets to see them?
In our house, quilts are displayed varying ways – the ones being used are, of course in their rightful place on the bed, or the table, or the wall.
Wall hangings can be easy to display – with a rod through the sleeve (or tabs) and some nice cord – and everybody can enjoy them.
This was the model he used to make these:
But I have a number of small table mats, and closet storage can be at a premium, to say nothing of having to fold them and the creases that ensue when they’re piled up. So a few years ago Grizz made me a couple of these racks:
Instead of the rod sitting on a bracket, the rods here go through the bracket on each end, and there’s more space between the rod and the wall, so large quilts will fit easier.
Happy displaying! Blessings, Peg