An heirloom quilt is a work of art and cherished possession that can really brighten up a room. It should be on display for everyone to see.
And the rack that displays it should reflect a level of craftsmanship that measures up to the skill and time required to make the quilt. The quilt rack you see here provides the solution. Its Craftsman-style design complements the heirloom quality of the quilt and it’s sturdy enough to display a quilt of any size. Mortise and tenon joinery provides strength and stability. And keys wedged into square holes at the ends of the stretchers add an interesting look. Best of all you’ll be able to cut all the mortises and tenons at your table saw.
What you get:
- 6 printable (digital) pages of step-by-step instructions
- 36 full-color photos illustrations and exploded views
- Two-page technique article on making keyed mortise & tenons
- Materials list. Cutting diagrams