The wonderful quilt rack came from plans in the September 2012 edition of Wood Magazine.
Some of you asked how you might get such a lovely quilt rack for yourself. Well, if you are as lucky as I and have a woodworker in your life, get your hands on the magazine or purchase the plans (http://www.woodstore.net/swqura.html) and talk them into making you one.
(NOT ME–this is the promotional picture from the magazine.)
Or, you can borrow my wonderful father. He said he could make a rack and ship it in the US for $130. That seems more than reasonable for a solid oak, artisan piece.
Mine is approximately 52-inches tall and each of the four arms is approximately 27-inches long. It is supported by 4 long screws, included, that MUST be installed into a wall stud. Husband said it was not hard to do. He used a screw gun and a wrench.
If you are interested, drop me a line and I’ll help with the arrangements. I am probably biased, but this quilt rack is something any quilter would love.