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Quilt Pin Display

Posted by lindaoh (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 22, 11 at 20:15

Last weekend we went to Columbus to visit our DD and DSIL and for Jennifer and I to attend the NQA quilt show. I found a pattern for quiltlets for displaying quilt show pins. I also bought a metal tabletop quilt rack to display them.
I was so excited to make it that as soon as we returned home, I went through my scraps to select fabric and had them all sewn and quilted by the next evening.

Linda OH

Here is a link that might be useful:

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RE: Quilt Pin Display

Hi there Linda,

Did you forget the LINK???

RE: Quilt Pin Display

I don't know what happened to it. Will try again.

Here is a link that might be useful: Quilt Pin

RE: Quilt Pin Display

Now that is just the cutest little thing!


RE: Quilt Pin Display

Thanks for re-linking. They're just charming, nice work indeed. TFS

PS: I owe you an EM on Sans.; thanks I did see it, just haven't gotten back there yet, but appreciate the kind offer.

(PG) Karen

RE: Quilt Pin Display

I just bought one... It'll make the perfect entry to our guild's show in Oct. The challenge is "anything quilted, but not a quilt".

Only got the quilt rack, figured I could manage to figure out the 'quilt' part.

RE: Quilt Pin Display

I found this website which is the supplier to If you like the wire tabletop quilt stands, they come in a variety of styles & sizes. Plus, they have other quilt hangers as well. A neat website...I've just started browsing.

Search "tri-fold' and you'll get a few to look at like Linda's

Here is a link that might be useful: Ackfeld Wire

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