Seriously, now, do you really expect me to reveal them to you? :o) The hang-ups that are being referred to are these. This is what I use to hang up my wee swap quilts to wall hangings.
Any kind of ruler or flat molding for windows or picture frames or carpet stops are used. The ones that you see with the green masking tape are two different sizes of carpet stops that are just taped together to extend to the correct size to fit my wall hanging.
I use Command wall tabs and just one of them will hold up a wall hanging …. they are that strong. You can use two tabs (see the arrow) placed close together on the wall so that your quilt doesn’t wobble.
When I use a thin plastic ruler and it tends to flop forward when my quilt is hung, I use a piece of cardboard from a cereal box and just fold the piece until I get the right size to just slide the cardboard against the ruler to make the fit tight and the ruler doesn’t flop.
With all the mini swaps that I have received, and those still to come, I want to group them together on one wall and these rulers, etc. will all come in handy. The beauty of using the Command tabs is that I can easily pull them off and there is no hole left in the wall.
Have a great day!