What kind of sleeve do I need and how do I attach it to my quilt?
Your sleeve must have enough slack in it to accommodate the hanging rod without distorting the quilt. There are a couple of ways to put a sleeve on your quilt. You can purchase a pre-made one such as the Quilters Hangup or you can make one using these instructions at AQS publishing BlogSpot.
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I'm concerned the plastic clip will break.
Our new ABS plastic clip is designed and tested to last for generations. If the clip ever breaks, as with all of our products it will be replaced free of charge.
Do I need a special nail or hook?
You do not need a special nail or hook to hang a quilt using our hanger. A small nail or picture hook will do for most quilts. 3M makes a saw tooth picture hanger #17047 with command strips that works perfectly with our quilt hanger on many size quilts and you won't have any holes in your wall.
My quilt is very heavy; would you recommend using a molly bolt since it might not end up in a stud?
You do not need a molly bolt or any other special hardware to hang your quilt. Even a king size quilt weighs 15 lbs or less. Think of how small a 15 lb picture hook is and you'll see that just about any size nail will do.
How is the hang it dang it faster and easier to use?
All quilt hangers currently on the market require two or more nails, hooks, clamps, magnets, Velcro, etc. that need to be leveled, measured and aligned with one another in order for the quilt to hang straight and level. The hang it dang it quilt hanger only needs one hook or nail to hang your quilt straight and level. This eliminates all the tools and time it used to take to hang your quilt. Anyone can hang a quilt using the hang it dang it, usually in less than a minute.
How does it work?
The hang it dang it quilt hanger slides into a sleeve sewn onto the back of your quilt. The hanger bracket snaps onto the hanger rod over top of the sleeve. Hang your quilt on the wall using one nail in the center.
What is the best way to display my quilt on a wall?
The most recommended way used by quilting professionals and museums is to attach a sleeve to the back of your quilt and insert a rod in it. This evenly distributes the weight across the entire width of your quilt. Using clamps that compress the fabric in only a few places may damage your quilt by stretching and leave permanent marks.
Will it damage my quilt?
The hang it dang it is guaranteed to not damage your quilt in any way. Your quilt is evenly supported along the entire top edge by the hanger rod in the sleeve. The hanger bracket holds the sleeve to the hanger rod with the same even pressure every time.
What if my quilt is out of square or heavier on one side than the other, how will it self-level?
The hanger bracket can be moved slightly to the left or right of center to bring your quilt into level. If you find that after hanging your quilt, the top is straight, but the sides or bottom do not look right, you can adjust the hang it dang it to one side or the other to fudge the difference.
I have young children; won't it be easier for them to pull my quilt off the wall?
In our experience, the hang it dang it is less likely to be pulled off the wall by young children. Your child can pull on your quilt and move it around quite a bit without pulling it off the wall, when they let it go it will settle back to hanging straight and level.
The hang it dang it quilt hanger is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for life to the original purchaser. Our product is manufactured from high quality components that will last for generations.