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19 Fun and Unique Ways To Hang A Quilt

When displayed tastefully and imaginatively, quilts may be a beautiful addition to any home's decor. Do you have another fascinating quilt you can decorate for your loving home? Worry not, as there are many ways to creatively hang your newly crafted quilt. In fact, we have listed a plethora of quilt hanging ideas that will definitely suit your aesthetic, may it be rustic, modern, Victorian, or cottage core, we got you!

Here are some out-of-the-box, fun, and unique ways to hang your quilt!

1. Sew Hanging Sleeves

Sew Hanging Sleeves- ways to hang your quilt

One of the most famous ways to hang your quilt is by sewing sleeves on them. After sewing, go to your local store and buy a rod that fits and a nail to hang your precious art piece. Easy right?

2. Magnetic Clips

Magnetic clips are ideal if you’re interested in putting your quilt on a metal surface, equipped with a strong holding magnet and a clamp strong enough to hold your art piece. This hanging method is definitely for you as it’s easy to remove and change, talking about simplicity! You can simply get this online by googling magnetic clips.

3. Vintage Saw

Vintage Saw- ways to hang your quilt
Photo Source: The Quilters Touch

Hanging your favorite quilt in a vintage saw is definitely outlandish, it screams farm life so serene and rustic. This style is definitely for you if you’re opting to have a more out-of-the-box quilt hanging that will woo your friends and family!

4. Hanging Clips

hanging clips_how to hang your quilts

If you’re too lazy to sew sleevetoto your quilt, then maybe using hanging clips is for you! These clips fasten the edge of the fabric making it easier to mount on a wooden surface with a wall.

5. Hanger with Clamps

Another cute way of hanging your quilts is through the use of the most common thing you can find in your wardrobe: hanger with clamps! This is an easy way to hang your small quilts while giving it a more laid-back aesthetic.

6. Quilt Rack

Quilt rack- how to hang your quilts

Enforced with a pressure quilt system, this quilt rack tightens its knob to hold your desired quilt that is to be displayed. This rack is also multi-purpose as it can add another quilt or curtain of your choice by hanging drapery rings in its knob. This hanging technique surely is a way to go display your art!

7. Vintage Pitchfork

quilt on a vintage pitchfork _Photo Source: Sue Pfau
Photo Source: Sue Pfau

Another way to creatively hang your quilts is through scavenging things from your grandparent’s house. Thoroughly clean your pitchfork and hang it against the wall, then voila! Just put on a quilt that will compliment the vibe of having a vintage pitchfork for a quilt rack, and this hanging venture will surely turn your guests' heads!

8. Self Adhesive Strips

Are you looking for a damage free way to hang your clip? If so, then this hack is definitely for you! These strips should be sewn into every corner of your quilt. This hanging technique is advisable for larger picture quilts.

9. Vintage Oar

Vintage Oar - photo Source Sue Pfau
Photo Source: Sue Pfau

Another way to creatively hang your quilts is through scavenging things from your grandparent’s house. Thoroughly clean your pitchfork and hang it against the wall, then voila! Just put on a quilt that will compliment the vibe of having a vintage pitchfork for a quilt rack, and this hanging venture will surely turn your guests' heads!

10. Hanging Triangles

If you’re tired of the same old hanging sleeve, then this hanging triangle style is a way to revolutionize this technique. This is done by sewing four triangular pockets in each of its corners, then, insert your dowels at the top and bottom and voila! Your quilt is already hanging like a pro!

11. Quilt Ladder

Quilt Ladder - how to hang your quilt

Quilts inevitably give warmth and texture to your home, and if you’re finding a way to display them in a creative and organized way, then this quilt ladder is definitely for you! This technique is unique because you can hang multiple quilts at a time depending on your mood!

12. Framing

This is not a hanging technique, but this hack is surely worthy to read. If you’re trying to decorate your home with a quilt that is thin and small perhaps an heirloom of some sort. We recommend you to frame . Framingng sure immortalizes the memory and the quilt!

13. Clip Board

If you’re finding a way to hang your small quilt, then maybe this clipboard-hanging technique may be for you. It’s easy and cute! Take a clipboard from your local store and clip your quilts!

14. Junk Furniture Parts

Finding a way to upcycle your broken furniture into something classy and Instagram worthy? Perhaps adding your most valuable quilt pieces is a way to go! This hanging technique is surely fun to try with your friends and family. Scavenge away!

15. Vintage Drying Rack

Vintage drying rack photo source Chez stitches_
Photo Source: Chez Stitches

Another cool way to hang your quilts is through a revolutionizing drying rack! This drying rack creates a rustic meets functionality aesthetic, this hanging style can carry multiple quilts with it while being chic!

16. Adjustable Quilt Rack

Are you someone who collects quilts as a hobby? Does it get messy when you don’t know where to put them? Then this might just be what you are looking for! The adjustable quilt rack is made up of two strips of wood attached to your wall vertical. Youou can use a stick to hang your quilt in it in an adjustable manner to display your quilts even if they are not in use.

17. Yardstick Rack

Yardstick Rack by Rogue Quilter
Photo Source: Rogue Quilter

The yardstick quilt rack is just as what its name says, a yardstick attached to a wall for your masterpieces to be hanged, with just the help of two clips for each quilt, you can majestically show.

18. Upcycled Farmhouse Window

Upcycled Farmhouse Window by Sustain My Craft Habit
Photo Source: Sustain My Craft Habit

If you have a broken window frame and you don’t want to just throw it away, then why not turn it into a rack where you can hang your wonderful quilts, this is literally one of the basics of upcycling the things that you think might still serve a purpose. Just make sure to modify them first and build a support so it would be able to stand on its own.

19. Baby Bed Side Rail

Baby Bed Side Rail-how to hang your quilt

Do you have an old baby crib? Giving them away may just be a great idea, but if the materials are slightly weakened, then maybe you will just put another child at risk, so why not just recycle them and turn them into a quilt rack? The railings are perfect for your quilts to hang and they would not take too much space since you can hang a number of them at once!

Whether you're a master quilter or just happened to come into possession of a particularly lovely quilt, you should think about proudly showcasing and hanging it.

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