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Cut a strip of fabric 9 inches by the width of your quilt minus 1½ inches. Turn each short end under ¼ inch twice and machine stitch. Sew the long edges together with a ¼ inch seam, Press the seam open. Center the sleeve at the top of the quilt back with the seam toward the quilt and one fold barely touching the sewn edge of the binding. Hand stitch the top and bottom long edges and under layer of the ends, making sure the top layer is open to accommodate a hanging rod.
Here are some videos to help you:
Sewing the hanging sleeve with the binding after it's been quilted: Jenny Doan Tutorial
Sewing the hanging sleeve on a quilt that's already finished: Fons and Porter Tutorial
Check out our listing of area quilt shops you might want to visit! Thanks to Martha Stewart for compiling (and updating!) this outstanding resource!
This is a great project where you can use fleece and or flannel for the backing! Donations will be made to assisted care centers.
Do you have a colorful charm pack sitting around? This is perfect for NICU quilts for Tiny Miracles! It finishes at 32x32.
This Christa Watson quilt has become a popular pattern with members of our quilt guild to donate for charity quilts! You could add borders if you want a twin size quilt or leave it as is for a generous throw quilt! Check out the other free quilt patterns on her website, Christa Quilts.com. Click on the TUTORIAL to see step by step directions!