Home is Where You Hang Your Quilt

You’ve got quilts on the bed, quilts on the couch, quilts overflowing every nook and cranny in your house. So you know there’s only one thing left to do – go vertical! Hanging your quilts can add a whole new dimension to a home’s decor.

Wall quilts, for instance, can be purely decorative – a large quilt is often less expensive but as colorful as a painting of the same size – or they can be functional – a small quilt with pockets near the front door easily organizes your mail. Hung quilts make terrific curtains, too, keeping drafts out when covering family room windows and keeping warmth in when used with a shower curtain liner in the bath. Hung from the ceiling, quilts also make great room dividers, especially if you want to show off both sides of a well-crafted heirloom.

More Inspiration…

My favorite way of hanging a quilt, though, is to put up a quilted Christmas stocking. When you have your stockings custom created by Whimzie Quiltz, you can have them made big enough to hold all the goodies in Santa’s sleigh!

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    Caring for Your Quilt is “in the Bag”
    Every custom quilt order placed before February 28, 2009 will receive a Quilt Storage Bag for FREE (a $20 value). This 26” x 21” x 10” cotton canvas zippered bag is perfect for storing your Whimzie quilt or other fabric keepsakes, protecting them from dust, light and destructive chemicals when you put them away for safekeeping.

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    WQ and You Charity Giving
    Because of caring Whimzie Quiltz customers like you, we are already $160 towards our goal of donating $500 to charity:water, a non-profit funding freshwater projects in developing nations, in 2009.

    Remember, my husband and I are contributing $20 for every free quilt design requested and $20 for every custom quilt ordered, as long as the design or the quilt includes BLUE fabrics. It costs you nothing, but each $20 donation based on your request will provide one person clean, safe drinking water for 20 years.

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