After seeing the quilt rack my father built, several people have wanted one of their own.
Yes, you may borrow my father.
He will make a rack and ship it in the US for $130. That seems more than reasonable for a solid oak, artisan piece.
The rack 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.
You can now have one of these lovely seam rippers for your very own also! They are only $20 each, including US shipping.
Remember that they are two-sided, with both a large and small ripper head. And, wow, are they sharp and easy to use! Do you get annoyed trying to use hold those tiny handles on most seam rippers? Oh, you will love this one. The handle is about 3-1/4″ long, and fits my hands much better than any other seam ripper I have used. Your might be made of any of a variety of beautiful woods. Each is different. Each is beautiful!
Yes, I am probably biased, but I just love mine! It (almost) makes picking out a pleasure. 🙂
Just leave a comment or e-mail me to order yours.
Here are some pictures of quilt racks in their happy homes:
Dee Dee’s version holds 4 100″ quilts without a groan
Norece loves hers.