Original Photo by Lauren Fleischmann on Unsplash
Original Photo by Lauren Fleischmann on Unsplash

11 Creative Ways To Hang Your Quilts

Step out of the ordinary

These are some interesting ways I found to hang quilts, they are rustic and creative and all of them are interesting to me. You may prefer a clean modern look and I am sure there are lots of ways to hang quilts in that style.

There are all kinds of traditional ways to hang quilts up and you can find most of them in any quilt store and online. I want to encourage you to think outside the box in your approach to displaying your quilts on your walls.

Some I like

I did the best I could to find the original owner of the photo. If you own any of these photos and I didn't give you credit please let me know.

quilt on vintage saw from farmgirlquilts.com

Vintage quilt on Vintage saw.

I love this for the farm style decor. Vintage saw with a vintage quilt. This quilt isn't in good enough shape to use but it makes a great display.

quilt on Vintage pitchfork.

I found this idea on Pinterest and it is from a book by Sue Pfau "Easy Quilts From Precut Fabrics"
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quilt on Vintage Oar.

I also found this idea on Pinterest and it is from a book by Sue Pfau "Easy Quilts From Precut Fabrics"
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quilt on Junk furniture parts.

If you have some junk furniture around, Quilting Digest have this great idea.

Quilts on drying rack found on chexztitches.blogspot.com

quilts on Vintage drying rack

You can display several quilts on this type of vintage drying rack found on Laugh Yourself into Stitches

Old headboard used as a quilt rack

It can be leaned against the wall or hung up. A great use for old headboards. By Bre Purposed

Ladder with quilts found at beehivequilt.blogspot.com

Old headboard used as a quilt rack

When I think of hanging quilts on ladders I imagine them leaning against the wall vertical. This is a great idea, hang it up horizontal instead. Image from Bee Hive Quilts

Baby bed side rail used as a quilt rack

I have had this idea stuck in my head for awhile but haven't found a baby bed rail to use. The photo was found on The Scrap Shoppe Blog but the original is from Dwell Delightfully but unfortunately their site is no longer available.

adjustable quilt rack

Just by adding pegs at an upward angle to two strips of wood attached vertically to your wall you can hang many quilts and adjust positions easily.

Yardstick quilt rack

This is a very cute way to hang your small to mid sized quilts, you can change them out to suite your mood or seasons.

farmhouse window quilt hanger found on sustainmycrafthabit.com

Upcycled Farmhouse window frame quilt rack

This talks about hanging clothes on an old window but it would work just as well for hanging quilts over the sash.

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Think outside the box - find creative ways to hang your quilts.

If you are ready to try something a little different then these might be just the thing for you. Maybe vintage isn’t your decor themed, if not just search Pinterest or other internet search for ways to display and hang quilts. I am sure you will find something that works for you.

 

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