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Day 3- Needful Things-Custom Quilt Hangers
Scott has been busy designing new quilt Hangers…We have had a single arm for a while now…I loved mine..but…wait…now I can have 3 or 5 quilts hanging at the same time!Shown here black or white…notice they are distressed on purpose. Paint is rubbed off…and such…
Then here it is… all dressed up in red & white for Christmas!
This is our family room…now all the quilt are stored here instead of folded on the couch…tidy’s up space quickly! Most of these quilts are flannel…and heavy so they are nice and strong as well.
These hangers are hand made by Scott so please allow some time for him to make your beautiful hanger…it will come next year. Something to look forward to in 2021! We are offering the hangers on sale for 10% off. They will not ever be on sale again, maybe next Christmas…as they are very laborious and not easy to ship…so this is your chance. You can order the single, triple, and the five-arm…black or white.
If you won a quilt hanger….where would you hang it?
What is the first quilt you would put on it?
Which one would you want?
After you leave me a comment telling me all this info make sure you check your list…do you have all those presents yet? Some of mine are not going to make it…oh well, I will put a picture of it in a card and say Merry Christmas… it is coming!!! It’s all good…we will just keep celebrating until they all come in! Why not… In 2020 all things are unpredictable.
I have been wishing for one of these since you started offering them. I have been waiting to gift myself one and also waiting till I make a trip to your store to purchase it. I always feel hesitant making a purchase for myself. I would love a 5 tier to hang in my bedroom. I would change the quilts hanging, based on the season.
Hmmmm…I’d hang my quilt hanger on the wall in the living room as that is the only wall big enough to hang it. I’d love to have the one with, but only have room for a 3-quilt hanger. The first quilt that would go on it is the quilt that was gifted to my by the Colorado Springs Quilt Guild in 1997 as out-going President. Thank you, Lisa, for all you do for us!!
TO win one that would be amazing. I would hang it in the hall way. I have 2 others single arm. And love them to death. I have quilts out all the time. If I won I would put blue white quilts out for the winter months.
I love the quilt hangers that Scott is making. I would use it to hang the signature quilts that I made my mom and dad. I made dad for his 75th birthday , it has 77 family members signatures on it. Gave it to him at a family reunion, with most of the family members there. I gave mom hers for her 80th birthday. She loved looking at the name and talking about different family members. She was covered with it as she passed away peacefully with her 5 living children taking care of her at home in Hospice care. I have had both quilts since they passed away, they put a sm8le on my face, as they remind me of my wonderful pa. I was blessed, we were blessed.
I’ve been watching for these. Love them. I’d put a 3 armed one in my den and a 5 armed one in my bedroom where I have more wall space. I have a large civil war repro quilt and then a log cabin and a pineapple quilt that I’d put on them. Have others that are waiting to be quilted that I would put on too.
I love these quilt hangers. DH got one for me a few years ago and it hangs in the bedroom above a quilt ladder. I change the quilts on it seasonal. We have very little wall space due to so many windows as we live on a lake. I would still find a spot for another single, triple or even the 5. I love bringing out my quilts each season as they are treasures for 20+ years I have been quilting. Next batch of quilts coming out are my blue and whit for winter and January.
I would want the 3-arm hanger. I like the idea of showing off more than one at a time, but it seems like 5 might be a little distracting. Maybe. I would put it in the family room because that is where everybody would see it. The first quilt to go on it would be one that is currently under construction – made with 16 embroidery squares that my Mother made when she was 88/89 years old.
I have finally started making some quilts just for me and would love to display them on a wall. Right now I have only three completed. We have a small house so would probably display them in our bedroom. I have many handmade gifts made and ready for our children but didn’t quilte have time to finish a small nutcracker wall hanging for my grandson. I’ll have it ready for next year. We will all be together this year – so that is extra special. 🙂
I love these quilt hangers but I’m not sure where I would put it as my home is very small and limited on wall space. It looks beautiful in your home and I absolutely love the red and cream quilts you have on it. Thank you for your inspiration and generosity. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and many blessings in the coming new year!
I would love one in my living room to keep things less messy. Never thought of that, and another in my studio so when customers come in they can see my work, i have many hanging on the walls there already. Probably a 3 arm in both rooms
I will hang the primitive garden quilt my grandmother and mother made together 10 years ago. I would hang it on the 5 arm black hanger with a selection of their other handmade quilts. It will be a tribute quilt rack…I lost both of them last year.
If I won a quilt hanger, I have the perfect wall for it! I would love to display my quilts and this would be the perfect way to do it, I have wished for this for a long time. The first quiIt I would hang on it would be the first quilt I ever made for myself. What a wonderful way to look at what you have completed, and a beautiful way to display for others to see. This would be near my entry door welcoming guests. Awesome way to beautifully display seasonal quilts.
I really like the quilt grouping that the three arm hanger gives! I would place in our family room and display more quilts other than the ones on the backs of the chairs and couches. The first quilt would be an antique quilt made by my grandmother and then another antique quilt made by my husband’s great aunt. The normally stay safely folded in the bedroom.
I love these. Just tried to order one. I was only charged for the shipping.
I will put the Block one I ordered in my dining room and put my Red, White, and Blue repros on it first. Then switch out with some antique quilts or holiday quilts.
Beautiful way to display quilts – love it! I just finished rehabbing a wall in my living room and either the 3 or 5 would look wonderful on that wall. One of the first quilts I ever made was one of your patterns and it would look great out of storage for everyone to see!
I would follow in your footsteps and put it in my family room. I always wonder if there is a better way to store the quilts rather than folded and draped here and there. Problem solved and so attractive!
I would hang it on the wall in my living room. The first quilt would be a quilt that I found in the quilting things I inherited when my aunt passed away. She had the top all piece, the background fabric and binding all ready but had not finished it. I discovered in a box of things, quilted and bound it. It rests on the back of a chair in my sewing room right now but I would love to display it better.
I just ordered the 3 quilt hanger! Merry Christmas gift to me…I have been so good. If I won one I would have 2! I want one for every room. The one I ordered will go in my living room, but my bedroom could use one…my family room…every bedroom!
I would so love to win one of these!! I would love the black 5 hanger. I would hang it by my favorite chair. The first quilt I would hang is the first quilt I ever made, a log cabin. And do I have enough to fill it up, NO, but the empty racks would be inspiration to make more!!
Thanks for the chance Lisa.
Those quilt hangers are incredible. If I had one I would hang it in the family area right next to my sewing nook and I would hang my very first quilt on it and my latest quilt as well as some of the ones in between to remind my of my evolution as a quilter.
I would probably put the quilt hanger in my bedroom and the first group to hang would be a cheddar quilt made by my great-grandmother; and a crocheted bedspread made by my grandmother and her mother-in-law. Treasures!
The quilt hangers are awesome!! The first quilt I would hang on it, would be one that my great grandmother made for my parents wedding – they were married in 1943 and celebrated 73 years of marriage right before my mom passed away. It would hang in the sewing room of a home we are about to build. I would love the 5 quilt hanger!! Have so many treasured quilts to display!
I have a few large walls that could handle a quilt hanger, one, three, five arms, they’d all find a place. We built 1,000 square feet onto our home for my mother, who no longer is here, so making that space integral to the rest of the house has been a difficulty chore. Cozy it up, hang some quilts! That would help!
Scott is doing an amazing job with these quilt hangers, quite the craftsman. I would love the 5 arm but only have wall space for a 3 arm. I would hang it in my guest room or my dining room. The first quilt would be Words to Live By.
I love these hangers! I would put up one that holds three quilts in my three seasons room that we are remodeling right now. It would be perfect to hold our favorite flannel quilts for quick access when evenings out there get a little chilly, and provide great wall decor when we aren’t wrapped up in them!!! My favorite quilt to put on would be a flannel row by row that my small group made years ago. One of the gals in the group surprised me by secretly helping my (then) young daughters make her row for my quilt. This quilt has so many special memories!! Thank you Lisa for all you do for us! I have loved the questions you ask that really make me pause and reflect.
Wow, these hangers are lovely! I will need to put one on my birthday list for next year. I have a lot of wall space, so I would get at least two 5-arm ones, for the family room and dining room, then a 3-arm one for the master bedroom. I love the idea of storing quilts in plain sight!
Oh I’ve wanted two of the single hangers for a long time now. And then you come up w multiples! It just keeps getting better and better. Our Wisconsin cabin has a loft w big window above bed. I would put one on each side of the window like shutters to hang my quilts! I made Lisa’s quilt w anchor so that’s one side. And of course another blue n white on the other side. Any special requirements for multiple racks? That looks like a lot of weight on the wall. ??? Scotty’s work is so impressive!! You are lucky to have him!
I would love to win the white 3 quilt hanger. I would hang it in my family room so if and when someone needed to warm or just sit and be cozy they could just grab a quilt. I would pick a quilt for the season to hang on it.
If I won one of these beauties I’d choose the black 5 arm hanger for myself. I’d put it in my living room and display my grandmother’s wedding ring quilt, a bow tie thrifted quilt, my mother-in-law’s string quilt, the log cabin quilt I made for my son and rotate the last slot with the quilts I’ve pattern tested.
I would hang a quilt made by late Mother-in-Law, who was, without a doubt, the sweetest, kindess person I have ever met. She cut all the pieces with scissors and sewed everything by hand and hand-quilted, also. It’s lots of colors and very scrappy. Definitely, a family treasure.
I would love the 3 or 5 arm quilt hanger! I would put it in my living room and change quilts with the seasons. Red and white quilts are my favorite! But I also love fall colors almost as much. This quilt hanger is such a unique idea! Well done!
My quilt hanger would go in the family room so quilts would be visible all the time. The first quilt I would hang would be the quilt my grandmother gave me when I graduated from high school (she gave me another when I married and that would hang next.) So, I would need the five arm in dark wood! Only one more gift to finish, then time to wrap! Cannot wait to celebrate Christmas,
I would hang in my living room placing my beautiful great grandmothers quilts from the 1800’s on them , followed by my Dresden made from French General fabric. I don’t think it would matter what color because I love them both. This would get more quilts out of my closet and on display. So much time spent on them and so many hidden in closet.
I just keep looking at all 3 of these hangers. They are beautiful! I would love the 3 arm hanger. I would hang it in my living room. If I had it right now my 3 flannel snow men quilts would be hanging on it! They can stay out all winter.
Love the quilt hangers !!! What a great idea. I just redid my office/guest room – that’s where I’d put my first one and hang a flowery quilt on it . I love the idea on being able to change them out seasonally ! Just ordered one –
These are such a great idea! If I would win one of these creations, the first quilt would be an appliqué snowman quilt and a Packers-themed quilt. I am fortunate to have several options to place a hanger like this, but the living room is number one place.
Hmmm, love the 3 arm quilt hanger in both colors, difficult to pick a favorite color. I have the perfect place to hang it in our family room. It would be a perfect place to hang (store) the comfort quilts that my family loves to wrap around them while reading or watching TV. With the comfort quilts on display it will give me the push I need to replace them… they are really beginning to look a little tired, but loved. Love reading your blog and have many of your books and patterns. Happy holidays and a safe, healthy and happy New Year.
I love seeing your red & white quilts displayed on the quilt hanger, Lisa! If I could win one, I’d want white and a 3-arm hanger.
I’d hang it in my stairwell just above the first 2-3 stair steps. My staircase is off my entry hall so my prettiest quilts would be visible for all who enter. Plus my office/sewing room is upstairs so I’d enjoy the display every time I go up & down the stairs. This hanging space is also visible from my husband’s office and from my dining room table, so great visibility for maximum enjoyment!
If I had one of these quilt hangers hung up before Christmas, I’d use it for Christmas quilts. But since it wouldn’t arrive till in the new year, I’d hang my red & white quilts to prepare for Valentine’s Day!
Merry Christmas and thanks for such great Needful Things!
Love those hangers. I purchased the single arm when they first came out. If I won a hanger I think my first choice would be a white five arm. I would probably put it in our family room where it would be handy to curl up under a quilt and work on my Live a Thankful Life block of the month. The first quilt I would hang on it would be my wedding ring quilt. The quilt top was made by the aunt of an elderly friend of mine in the 1930s and didn’t get quilted until the 1980s. A group of senior women at our church got together every Tuesday and did hand quilting they invited me to check it out when I had said I would be interested in learning how to quilt. These women were all in their 70s and 80s when we quilted this quilt top as they taught me. Though they are no longer here I still can look at that quilt and remember the laughs and friendships that took place around that quilt frame on those Tuesdays and I am so thankful for those memories.
These quilt hangers are awesome. I would love a three hanger in black. I would put the hanger in our family room so we could enjoy the quilts visually and grab one when it gets chilly! Thank you for chance to win.
These quilt hangers are so nice. My mom was an avid quilter. She started quilt making at age 65. She passed away at 96 and I’ve been on a mission to complete all her unfinished ones (6) and have them quilted. Who only has one quilt in the works at a time? Only one left to go! Her name was Sara and she did the most beautiful piecing and needle turn appliqué. I would hang her different quilts in my family room rotating them so I could enjoy them every day.
I’d put a 3-arm black hanger in either in of my 2 bedrooms- wherever the wall studs work to carry the weight). I have a patchwork log cabin quilt( my grandmother left the squares behind and my mother finished it), a quilt made by my great grandmother for my grandparents, and a red and white quilt( the embroidery looks machine stitched).
I would hang it in my family room. The first quilt I would hang on it would be a red White and blue quilt that my husband created an original design for me using one of Lisa’s lines of fabric. I would like the three quilt hanger.
I would hang it in my nautical sunroom, and put all my nautical quilts on it. I have a pennant one with rick rack on it that I made several years ago, that one would be displayed first. Although the 5 rack would be awesome I would like the 3 rack in distressed white as that size would work best for my house. I honestly would love a 3 rack for every room, but unfortunately my home is not designed with a lot of wall space. Ha, I keep looking down my hallway thinking, hmmm I could make this a gallery of my quilts! What a wonderful way to display all your seasonal quilts. Yes all gifts have arrived, I shopped early and only one left to wrap!
I have been eyeing this for so long! If I didn’t have to ship it, I would have one already! We just movand have done a total remodel in one year 🤦🏼♀️. Yeah, I know it’s insane! We still are waiting on two appliances which were ordered last February. I would hang mine if I won in the living room and hang on of the quilts I’m finishing now on it💖
I absolutely love these quilt hangers! I would hang one in my bedroom, which is where I often sit and stitch or hook rugs. It would be easily viewed and a warm quilt would be close at hand. The first quilt I would hang on it is a crib quilt I hooked in my first ever sewing class.
Wow, those are great quilt hangers! I would put it in my master bedroom. Got a perfect blank wall for it. Probably put first quilt from long ago or a Jane Austin that was a lot of work. I like both color hangers…great design.
Every time I see your quilts hanging on these quilt hangers I just smile! I think they are so awesome! I have been wanting to get one from the first day I saw them for sale. It would be hard to decide where to put it… bedroom, family room! The first quilt I would put on it would be the first flannel quilt I ever made! It is still one of my favorites! I love the idea of displaying new quilts every season or occasion! ❤️
I love the white 3 quilt hanger ♥️ I really need the dimensions though! Could height and width of each be added to the descriptions? I think the first quilt would be my Red work gatherings Take it easy I don’t have a lot of wall space so these hangers are so perfect.
When I saw this in your home tour I was ecstatic! I couldn’t wait for these to come on line. I’ve ordered a black one three tiered, and would absolutely love 💕 to win another black one We live half our time in CA and half our time in Utah. So I would love one for each home. They would be displayed in my family rooms for all to see, my Live a Thankful Life to begin with. So much fun!!!!
I would love to have the black 3 hanger and hang it in my living room so visitors could see them displayed. I would hang the quilts that go with the seasons. Maybe I’ll have to make some monthly quilts now too!
What a GREAT idea! You are smarter than the average bear, for sure! I would hang it in the large hallway I have to fill it up with some quilt beauty. Am thinking of all the fun I’d have switching the quilts out by the season, that would be so much fun. Thank you for this idea, and Merry Christmas!
I would hang it in my family room so I could see it every day and I would take my special quilt out of the chest. The quilt I would start out with is the very first pieced quilt I made–in a class–it’s a Thimbleberries. I paid a Mennonite lady to hand quilt if for me–probably 20 years ago. I love that quilt and would love to be able to put it out.
If I won a quilt hanger, I would put in the living room so everyone can see the beautiful quilts I have made. The first quilt I would hang would be the memory quilt made from my Dad’s flannel shirts. If I won, I would chose a 3-arm distressed hanger that will fit in nicely with the farmhouse decor.
I absolutely LOVE these quilt hangers! They are beautiful as well as handy. (Good job Scott!)
If I won a quilt hanger….I would hang it in my Family Room where I could enjoy looking at my quilts every day! The first quilts I would put on it would be the antique family quilts my MIL has given me from her family. I love the black ones, but I’m not sure if I’d want the 3 arm or the 5 arm. I would have to look at my space and how I would rearrange to accommodate it. I have enough quilts to fill either. LOL
If I won a quilt hanger I would hang it in the living room. I would like the 3 arm in the distressed white. The first quilt I would hang on it would be the Redwork gathering quilt I am working on, Take it Easy!
These are great quilt hangars! I’d put a white one in our guest room, which is where I sew. The first quilt I would hang is my mom’s flower garden quilt–hand-pieced by her (I remember her working on it) and hand-quilted (by her North Dakota aunts and farm friends). It’s gorgeous! Thanks Lisa and Scott–always such good work and helpful items!
I would hang it in my bedroom, probably replacing on old hanger that I have used for years, I would hang my favorite quilt there, which is usually the one I just finished, to replace it again when I completed another quilt. Most quilts are given to others, so it may stay on that quilt hanger for a long time. Black would be my color choice….
My list is done, if at this point, whatever isn’t on the list, won’t get done. I am okay with that too!
Thanks again for all you give of yourself to the quilting world.
If I was lucky enough to win a hanger, or else purchased my own, I would get a red one—a three-arm one—and I would hang it in my red and white twin bed guest room. The first quilt I would hang would be easy to choose. It would be my Magic of Christmas quilt. The one you were so generous to feature on the cover of your book of the same title!
I’m very much enjoying your 12 days as I do every year. Thanks so much and Merry Christmas.
I would hang it in my living room. I have a few very special quilts that I would hang on it. One was shown at AQS in Paducah & Grand Rapids that I did as a BOM from Primitive Gatherings – Yoko Saito’s Vases of Flowers. Another is one I made for my Dad for his 89th birthday. I love to do wool applique quilts. I am slowing working on Lisa’s Twilight Garden BOM. My choice of color would be white. Thanks for these fun 12 Days!
I’d love to win one of these beautiful quilt hangers. I’ve always admired them when you show videos of them in your house! I have the perfect spot for the three hanger one in my family room. Id hang my quilts made with reproduction prints on it. Thanks for all you and your hard working staff does!
I love these. I would put one in every room. haha. Honestly, at least 1 of the 5 arm in the family room where we can all enjoy the gorgeous colours and styles of the quilts hung on them. Thanks Lisa. Awesome needful items this year!!
Those quilt hangers are beautiful. I can see hanging either the 3 or 5 arm in the family room with our lap quilts and blankets. It would make it easy to select one for snuggling and, hopefully, to return it when you’re finished using. Presently the black would fit my decor best and the first quilt I would hang is one made by a friend. That 5 arm version makes a display large enough to cover a big wall. Nice!
I’ve been wanting one of these quilt hangers forever! I would hang it next to my fire place in my family room and display my Moon Garden quilt in it. I would love the 3 arm quilt hanger. Thank you for this chance to win!
I LOVE these hangers. I am new to quilting and I would put the first quilt I did on one of the black hanger. I would put it in our 1913 log cabin which would look awesome. I just finished my third quilt to it would be so nice to display it!!! Scott has done an amazing job making these knowing how many people will proudly hang them.
I would love to win the white 3 quilt hanger & put in my foyer next to the door. I looked to order one immediately as receiving your email but none are shown. Guess they all sold out. I would hang seasonal quilts to greet anyone visiting ( after vaccinations lol). Hope you get more soon.
I would probably hang it in my bedroom, replacing a hanger that has been in there for years. I would hang my favorite quilt there, which is usually the one I just finished, to be replaced by the next quilt finished by me. Most of my quilts are given to others, so it may stay on there for quite awhile. Black would be my hanger of choice. My list is done, what isn’t on the list won’t get done and I am okay with that too.
Thanks again for all you give of yourself to the quilting world
I would LOVE to put a quilt hanger in my living room next to our fireplace. I currently have 5 quilts folded on our couch! The first quilt I would display would be my first “Christmas” quilt that I started in October at my friend’s house & just finished 2 weeks ago. I love the quilt & love knowing my friend & I got together to sew at least once this year!
I love the white one! My aunt hand-quilted me a beautiful queen size quilt for my wedding gift. It’s one of my most treasured possessions & would love to be able to display it somewhere when I want to change up my bed! Just some wrapping to do yet…shopping for Christmas is done! I do have a bit of stitching to get done for one more gift yet…it’s for my mom though so she will understand if it’s a bit late. 😉
I love the quilt hangers that Scott is making. I love that you can display quilts in a group. The white 3-arm hanger is fabulous. If I won a won a quilt hanger, I would hang it in my living room. The first quilt I would put on it is a leaf quilt I made in the 70’s. Changing quilts with the seasons is a wonderful ideal. The 1-arm hanger in black would be great for my husband’s room with my Hole in the Barn Door quilt on it. I have bought my 3 sisters quilt/sewing gifts for Christmas this year. I’ll have to look at where they need a quilt hanger for a birthday or Christmas gift next year. Thank you for the opportunity. Merry Christmas and God bless you.
PS as I wrote this, I felt like Ralphie wanting an Official Red Ryder BB gun.
I think that these hangers are awesome. If I had one I would hang it in my family room where everyone could enjoy the quilts. I think the 3 arm one would be perfect. The first quilt that I would hang on it would be a Christmas quilt that I made my hubby about 20 years ago.
I would hang it in my entry with whatever the season is at the time (flowery for spring and summer, fall colors and Christmas and maybe make a new one or 2). I would love either but think the 3 would be great!!!
Currently in my entry way I have an oak wall quilt holder. It holds one quilt. I have been quilting for many years and have many seasonal quilts to display. Should I be so fortunate to win, I would place this quilt hanger in my entry way. Thank you for the opportunity and Merry Christmas.
If I won one I would love black. I would hang in my living room, I’m a big fan of civil war quilts, have a few seasonal ones. I would just enjoy seeing different quilts being hung together at one time.
I love the way these quilt hangers display the quilts. I can use a five arm in my hallway to display seasonal quilts. The first one to go up will be the antique King’s Crown quilt that came to us through my husband’s family. The black is perfect in our house, so I have a new item on my wish list.
I love those! They are great!! I’d really like them all over the house, but especially in the living room and my bedroom. The first quilt I would put on it would be the one and only quilt my Mom ever made. It is a queen size quilt with a candle-wicked pineapple in each block. We sent it to the Amish country and had it hand quilted…it is a treasure💕
I would hang my quilt hanger in my hallway which has a very long bare wall. My first quilt that I would hang is a scrappy quilt that both my best friend, Laura and her Mom, Mona, all made together from the same basket of scraps. We all treasure our quilts as they remind us of our time together.
If I won a quilt hanger I would love a black three arm to hang in my dining room. The front of my house is open for the living/dining area with all windows on the water side so little walk space. I had a perfect spot though and would love to display my Live a Thankful Life right in the front.
Wow! Those hangers are fantastic! I’ve thought about buying a vintage ladder to display quilts, but don’t have a good place for one. The wall mount option would work much better. I would hang it in my living room where I spend a lot of time. The first quilt I would hang is my Carolina Lily quilt. I would like the black finish for my space.
Oh my gosh, I love this design. I walked all through my house and think the perfect place would be in my master bedroom. Right now I just have them thrown over an Amish black quilt rack. I think the Black 3 Arm would be perfect. The first quilt I would hang, would be a Trip Around The World quilt I made with friends at a class over 20 years ago. I remember it vividly as it was so much fun to make.
If I won a quilt hanger, I would put it in my family room…that’s where we all hang out and it would be useful AND beautiful! I have a red and white sampler quilt I would hang on it first…mostly because it is seasonal until February is over…then it’s just classic! I think I would love the black 3 arm hanger. My space isn’t ginormous enough for the 5, but warrants more than a single. Oh my…I’d have to hang 2 other quilts too! I think they’d be my Goose in the Pond quilt and the Bristle Creek Farmhouse that I’m trying to finish up! I think that would look fabulous!
I like the white single arm and I would put it in our guest room that we just re-did. We are making it more modern in there. I like the simplicity of the single. My floor quilt rack looks out dated. The pandemic has sent us to updating!
Wowee!. What a great give away! I would like a black 3 arm please. It would go in my family room. The very first quilt to adorn it would be my special red and white English Ivy. I made this quilt from a Marsha McCloskey pattern but took it further adding new blocks and additional borders of many triangles. Living in Wisconsin I look forward to your new complex – so exciting: can’t wait to come and visit. Good luck with it all! Happy holidays to you and yours! Thank you!
I would hang the quilt hanger in my living room. It is truely our “living” room. The 1st quilt I would hang is a red and white antique stepping stone quilt. It is my favorite quilt for so many reasons. I would change the quilts with the seasons. I would perfer the black. C
Love the new quilt hangers. What is the size of the arm that holds the quilt? I need to see if the hanger would fit in the space I want. If I won the 3 quilt hanger I would hang three of my seasonal quilts, depending on which season we are in. I would hang it in the dining room. I am going to order the five quilt hanger once I find out the size of the arm and place the five quilt hanger over my bed in my bedroom.
Beautiful. I would hang it in my diningroom. The first quilt would be a double Irish Chain that my mother made from my grandmother’s fabric. The black one that holds five quilts would be my first choice but they are all wonderful!
I would hang my quilt that was lovingly made in 1846 for a woman by another one in an insane asylum in Vermont. It would be my reminder of the strength that comes from caring about others, no matter what your circumstances.
The 1st quilt I would hang is the one great great Aunt Effie made for my Aunt Effie. Aunt Effie taught me to sew at age 8, along with embroidery, knitting, baking & canning skills. This is where my interest also peaked for quilting. I have quilts Effie made. She was a great lady who was caretaker for her parents & wasn’t able to raise her own family so “adopted” us. I was with her almost daily. I also have a quilt from my husband’s male ancestor to hang. I would hang it in my living room. Either size of hanger would be fantastic!
We turned our formal dining room into a “library” with a large book case and recliners. The black triple would be perfect for hanging quilts to snuggle in during our “reading parties.” The first quilt I would hang would be a mystery quilt I made years ago that matches the recliners.
I love the look of these quilt hangers and how easy it is to hang and change out the quilts. I can see several of these in my future. If I got lucky enough to win one of these beauties, I would probably put it in my guest room and the first quilt I would hang would be the antique Amish hexie quilt that I own. To start with, a single hanger in black would be ideal.
I would love to have the black hanger and it would be in the living room. I would use it to hang the seasonal quilts for display. Some are new and some are antique from my grandmother. It would be lovely.
I have two spots I would hang quilts on three arms hangers. One would have the two quilts my late mother made and the other would have the two quilts my great aunt purchased at a church sale well over 50 years ago, intact with the hand written sales price for each. This would leave two arms for me to hang two of my own quilts.
My quilts are stacked on the hearth in the living room. I enjoy the color but the designs are not apparent when stacked. But with Scott’s hanger… well those quilts would really show their glory. Scott is quite a craftsman. The hangers have great rustic appeal as well as function.
The 1st quilt I would hang is the one a great great Aunt Effie made for my Aunt Effie. Aunt Effie taught me how to sew at age 8. She also taught me embroidery, knitting, baking & canning skills. This is where my quilting interests peaked. She was a great lady who was caretaker of her parents so wasn’t able to raise her own family. She “adopted” us. I was with her almost daily. I also have quilts Effie made. I would also hang a quilt a male ancestor of my husband’s made. I would put the hanger in my living in a safe light area. Either size hanger would be fantastic!
I’ve been eyeing these for some time. They’re beautiful. I would hang mine at the top of the stairs, so I would see my quilts the second on came in the front door. I would hang the first quilt I made which was a gift to my mom who is now in a LTC facility. Then a quilt I made for me, most went to grandkids. Last, but not least, would be a PG quilt I made.
These are so cool! I have the perfect spot in my living room for the 3-arm one in black. I would rotate quilts throughout the year – RWB in summer, blues in winter, Christmas ones in December, fall colors in autumn, etc.
This is such a great way to showcase quilts. I would want the 3 arm. I would hang a quilt my husband’s grandmother made, all hand stitched. Along with a Cathedral Window quilt my Mother hand stitched & quilted.
I would put my quilt hanger in my guest bedroom with my heart quilts to welcome my family in 2021! They may pick out their favorite and cuddle up in bed, or bring it out to throw on while we watch a movie and eat pop corn!!
I LOVE these hangers! If I won a hanger I would definitely gift it to my mother! She probably has 75 % of the quilts that I have made, including my first quilt. Every time she comes over and a new quilt is bound, and she always notices, she says ” is that for me! “. Now how can I tell her no, so she always leaves my house with it. I think she would like the black and the 3 or 5 arm. They are beautiful and are going to be a big hit for quilters this year! So tell Scott he better be ready for us! What a quilter wants…she usually will get it one way or another! Thank you Lisa and the whole primitive gatherings villase!!! XOXO
i would love to have the 3 or 5 arm quilt hanger. i have several old quilts and a couple of ones my sisters and i have made together several years ago. it would be a great way to display them. right now they are folded up and not on display.
I love them all. We have numerous quilts laying around. The five arm would be great for holding them all. I was thinking one with the longer arm would be great mounted next to a window. If I swung the top arm over window at night it would help keep the house warm in the winter. Love Scott’s work.
I have been eyeing these racks for awhile. I would love a 3 arm in distressed black. i would hang it in my family room with some antique quilts and some of my own. What a great prize! Thanks so much for 12 days of fun emails! Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2021!
I would love a 5 armed hanger for my family room. The first quilt would be the sunshine and shadows log cabin that I made for my Mother. She wanted a nap quilt. She passed away 2 years ago and I feel close to her when I use it. Thanks for your generosity!
I would hang it in my living room and hang red and white quilts on it. The triple in black would be my choice. I’ve wanted one of your quilt hangers ever since I saw them on your blog. Thanks for the chance to win one.
I think the five arm because I can never decide which quilt to display! My living room in a protected spot from daylight. I would hang my PG wool quilt that is done in reds and golds. It would be a fun addition and most likely not the last one I would own.
I love love love those quilt racks. I would put one on the wall coming into my house. I have three 64 inch niches in that wall. The center one holds a large mirror and I put two quilts in the two surrounding it. I would put a 5 quilt rack on the wall next to the third one to hold extra quilts. We also have a small home in AZ where our grandchildren live. My grand babies call quilts yaya’s. So Gigi needs a yaya rack in Az as well.
I love the quilt hanging arms. I think the 3 arm would work best for my space but I also love the 5 arm version as well. I have so many quilts to hang I am not sure what would get put there first. Possibly the first quilt I ever made 4 years ago. Love This idea. Merry Christmas!!! June
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the quilt hangers! I would want a black 3 or 5 quilt hanger. The first quilt I would hang on it would be Warm Winter Blessings. It should be done in the next few weeks. It is special because my grandson Jase who just turned 7 who loves doing crafty things with me, helped me stitch a little on it. He has been wanting to learn how to sew for a long time and I am teaching him some sewing this winter. I would hang it in my family room for displaying quilts. I still am waiting for one package I ordered for Christmas to come. If it comes after Christmas it will be something to look forward to later. Merry Christmas!
I would need a five arm and maybe two of them. My favorite is the white. My house is small so quilts are everywhere. The first to be hung would be those older ones that I actually hand quilted. One was even hand pieced. They finish up a lot faster now days!!
How beautiful!! Love that the quilt hangers are hand made and will be holding quilts that are hand made.
We are in the process of buying our home and would love to hang my quilts and the hanger in the living room for all to see. Would love to have either the 3 or 5 arm hanger in black. I’d put the first quilt I ever made on it and rotate my others with the seasons.
Happy Holidays and all the Best in 2021 to you and the PG staff.
Hi Lisa! If I won your quilt hanger, it would go in my bedroom, or my sewing room. The first quilt I would put on it would be the one from my Grandmother. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. As far as I can figure out, after talking to relatives, she made this for me in the late 1940’s, 🇨🇦
I am SO excited these are finally available to order! I collect antique quilts, especially red & green, and have run out of ways to display them. I can’t wait to get one of these to help show off some of my favorite treasures!
I would replace the old ladder I have with quilts folded and hanging on the rungs. I think the 3 arm would fit perfectly. These are so lovely. Thank you all and a very Merry Christmas from sunny Colorado.
I have been eyeballing these for awhile now as I have been collecting antique quilts for 30 years now in addition to the few I make each year. I see myself as a steward in making sure the antiques are preserved – the guest bed has 5 layered on it! Displaying them properly is a challenge and I love how much you can see of each quilt on these hangers!
Oh my goodness, I just love the quilt hangers. I don’t currently own one but if I did, I’d get the three arm quilt hanger first in black. I’d hang it in the bedroom so I could see the quilts first thing in the morning when I wake up, through out the day and again right before I turn the lights out at night. I’m currently working on a Christmas Quilt and that would be the first quilt I hang on it. Of course I’d have to get another one in white for the living room so I could enjoy looking at my other quilts all day long. LOL
I’m looking at that spot right now, Lisa. Next to the front door, the only wall space in the entire house that’s not already taken up furniture, collectibles, CDs, and oh yeah… quilts. I would start with my Civil War sampler, my Madders and Blues sampler, and my Ohio Star quilt, then rotate with the rest of the bunch. Three prongs would be perfect. Thanks, and happy holidays to you and your family!
I am very fortunate to have my great-grandmother’s last quilt (I was born 2 years after she passed, so I never knew her). She died in 1944, and it is red and white in a Drunkard’s Path pattern. My grandmother carried the top with her for about 30 years, and finally finished it, so 2 previous generations have touched that cloth. I am afraid to leave it folded, and wish to see it displayed…your hanging rack would do it justice. I am curious to know the length of the arms, as that would decide where I place it. And, though I have more than enough quilts to fill a 5-arm, I would be grateful to have just the 3-arm. The “budget” can’t fit it in until next year, though,,,,,2020…(sigh). Best to all of you this season, and hopes for a brighter New Year!
Boy those quilt hangars are awesome! I would put mine in the family room where it will be easily admired. It would be nice to change the quilts with the season. So for now I would hang my Christmas ones!
I have been waiting for the multi arm hangers ever since you first mentioned them. I would love the 3 arm hanger to replace the quilt rack in my living room. I think you would get a better view of my quilts. The first quilt to go on the rack would be my Mad About Plaid quilt that I made for my husband.
I would be thrilled to win the 1 arm with the black finish. My heirloom red & white pieced, star quilt would be perfect hanging in the family room where I could enjoy it every day. The quilt was found in a linen closet after both my mother and grandmother had passed away; sadly, they did not label their quilts so I don’t if one or both worked on it. My grandkids call it our “Picnic Quilt” because we do make memories on it….only rule- no berry drinks!
These are lovely quilt hangers! If I won one, it would go on our bedroom wall where the sun would not fade the two quilts I would hang on it. The first to go on would be the yellow flower garden quilt made by my great Aunt for my parents wedding in 1952, the second would be the beautiful pink Dresden Plate quilt made by my mother-in-law and her 4 sisters for her hope chest before 1935. I would choose the 3 arm in white. Both quilts are hand pieced and hand quilted and such a joy to experience. I have often wished I could hear the conversations that took place during the making of these beautiful quilts. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of these hangers!
Oh my! I think I have to have one of these, even if I don’t win and even if it takes awhile. If I won the 3 or 5 hanger, I would put it in our living room beside the antique trunk from my husband’s grandfather. The first quilt at the top would be my Dear Jane quilt, then my Moon Garden, then Nearly Insane. But I would change them around and for the Winter it would be my Primitive Gatherings Snow Friends and Warm Winter Blessings and I still have plenty of Snowman Gathering fabric to make more.😁
I would hang it in my family room and definitely put my Norwegian holiday red and white quilt on it. I love the white distressed one. Checking things off my list, but I lost my mind yesterday and decided to clean out my pantry! When the mood strikes you, you just have to do it.
In the family room where we spend almost all our awaketime for sure. I could hang up our everyday quilts and we would have an extra chair where the pile ends up now. Happy Holidays to you and your family and thank you for all you do for quilters all year long. Best Wishes. Stay safe and stay well.
These are beautiful. I have always admired them in your home when you have done your home tours. I would choose the 5 tiered one. I would hang it in my family room and I would hang a combination of my quilts and my moms quilts that I treasure and inherited after she passed.
Love the quilt hangars. I would love the black five arm. It would be better hanging on wall rather than a ladder which takes floor space. I would use it in bedroom or on the den. Love all the wool ideas you have. Thanks for all.
These hangers are beautiful. I would purchase the 3 arm hanger in black. I would hang it in my living room, I at this time would hang Christmas quilts on it, and I would change quilts along with the seasons. Thank-you for the chance to win one.
It’s time to redecorate in our living room so that’s where this beautiful hanger would go. I think I would choose either the 3 or 5 place hanger-lots of quilts to hang. The quilts that need a home the most are the 30’s quilts or maybe my scrappy quilts. I love the fact that quilts can easily be changed for the season on this hanger. Maybe Scott could come up with a similar design for miniatures. Merry Christmas!
5 arm black. I would hang it in my main hallway opposite the 200 year old solid one piece of wood pitchfork including tines and worn from years of use.
On it would hang great Granny’s quilts that no one wanted because they were not her fancy ones. These were instead made with scraps of Gramps worn out clothes and maybe others worn out clothes in the family. Still used all these years later. I would also hang my European blankets that I use regularly.
Eventually one of my own made quilts will hang there.
The hanger will be a well loved and used addition to our home where it will hold treasures past and current for all to use and love while remembering those who went before us with G. Granny’s work of love.
I would hang a 3 quilt hanger next to my fireplace. The first quilt I would hang on it would be my Little Porch Time quilt by Lynda Hall. It is mostly hand appliqué & was quit the challenge for me & it took me about a year & a half to complete. I have some Primitive Gatherings quilts that must be made to hang on it also! 🙂
We recently downsized to a small condo and I need a couple of these quilt hangers for sure! I would hang one in the living room and one in my bedroom. The first quilt to go up would be my mom’s Postage Stamp quilt that she made and hand quilted. I’m so proud to own it! My choice would be the three arm black one. Thanks Lisa for all you do. Merry Christmas!
I would like a white 3 hanger for my living/dining room. I would hang the first quilt I finished. A pattern from Thimbleberries which told the story of a pioneer mother and daughter communicating between Kansas and Oregon. I can’t remember the name. It was quite an undertaking for a first quilt! But I persevered like the pioneers 🙂
My vision would be a black 3 quilt hanger right next to the piano in the living room. I would change up the quilts every quarter but focus on lots of blue. Like my grandmother who only wore pink after she turned 65 I have decided that life is short and I want to make lots of blue variation quilts. (Which can include purple) When Nana passed she had about 45 double knit pant suits in pink…I hope to have a lot more than 45 blue quilts by then!
I would love a five arm white hanger. My first one to go up would be my moon garden quilt and my Norma Whaley garden quilt. It would be wonderful to have a place to display my larger quilts, instead of having to fold them in a display cabinet. I don’t have a family room, so it would be awesome to have a hanger to display my quilts.
I have a lot of quilts waiting for the long arm quilter, it would be wonderful to have a home to display them, presently I only have two walls in the living room to hang any quilts.
If I won one of the display racks I would give it to my mother – she has made and has so many beautiful quilts. She is the one that introduced me to wool embroidery, signing me up for one of your classes at Quilt Odyssey several years ago.
The 5-arm rack would be great, but so would the 3-arm rack. Probably prefer black; both finishes are beautiful.
Oh, these quilt hangers are so beautiful! I would choose the 3 quilt holder in black because I have more room for it in a nook!! I would hang my 3 handmade Amish quilts that my parents bought when they visited us when we were stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. Such sweet memories.