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Judy on Sep 7, 20205 out of 5 stars
The knobs were very cute, and looked just like the pictures. However I have had trouble finding screws to fit the knobs
Kristi on Jul 3, 20205 out of 5 stars
Thanks for the new curtain pull back. It replaced the one that got damaged in 2 moves.
Shawna on May 7, 20205 out of 5 stars
Super high quality, beautifully-made. Appreciate how communicative the shop was, too, especially in the uncertain world we're in.
Kimberly on Mar 15, 20205 out of 5 stars
This is such a cute idea! I didn’t even know it existed. I really wanted to display the blanket until my baby was old enough to use it and this is perfect! I love that it matches the theme of the room. So happy I found the clips.
Just something I wanted for myself...
Before our first son was born, we received more than 10 handmade quilts and blankets, all from very special people. Several were absolutely beautiful, and I couldn't see actually using them and getting them dirty. My favorite two matched the nursery decor, so I decided to hang them on the wall - BUT HOW?
The only type of quilt hanger that I knew of was a bulky wooden block type, and I wanted something cute and reasonably priced. With much thought, creativity, and ingenuity, I had the perfect idea and created the quilt clips myself!
After the many exclamations and comments from family and friends on how adorable the quilt clips were and questions of where I had gotten them, I figured other moms and dads were also looking for a unique touch for their children's nursery and bedroom decor. So I created the Little Elephant Company, and I make these delightfully splendid decorative quilt clips that turn treasured quilts and comforters into charming hanging artwork.
Since I began my website and opened shops on Ebay, Etsy, and Amazon, my products are now in nurseries and children's rooms in all 50 states and other destinations including Canada, England, France, Australia, Malta, Ireland, Germany, and Puerto Rico. When one package went to North Pole, Alaska, our son asked if Santa was receiving it!
With the success of my decorative quilt clips, I have added several other coordinating accents to my product line - curtain holdbacks, wall plaques, growth charts, name signs, lightswitch covers, and wall letters. With 100's of different designs available, my accents coordinate with almost all themed bedding sets, including those carried by major retailers - Pottery Barn Kids, Babies 'R' Us, Target, and Wal-Mart - and sets by popular brands and designers - Lambs & Ivy, Kidsline, Tiddliwinks, NoJo, Brandi Danielle, Cathy Heck, Bedtime Originals, and more.
Owner, Maker, Designer
We only ship on Thursdays. We do our best to ship on the Thursday before the noted ship date, but please note that it may be the Thursday after the ship date depending on our family activities. Thank you for your patience!
Please note the turnaround times in each listing. A few items ship in 3 to 5 business days. However, MOST ITEMS take 3 to 4 weeks for us to complete, and growth charts take 4 to 6 weeks to complete. Quality work is worth the wait. :)
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PLEASE NOTE: We will not be shipping items between December 20, 2018 and January 7, 2019 as we will be celebrating Christmas with our families.
We are happy to ship to anywhere in the world. Please note that you are responsible for any custom fees on your purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
How many quilt clips do I need?
- For a quilt that is still stiff and new, you will only need 2 quilt clips for up to 36 inches wide. Many people will do 3 quilt clips just for the look, though. For a quilt that has been washed and is pliable, 2 clips will be sufficient for up to 36 inches, but you may want 3 clips to help keep the center from sagging. For a quilt 36 to 42 inches wide, use 3 to 4 clips. For a quilt 42 to 50 inches, use 4 to 5 clips.
How do I use quilt clips?
- The only hardware is needed is a long nail, approximately 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" in length.
1. Measure how far apart you would like the clips to be.
2. Decide how high on the wall they will be placed and mark your first spot. Using a level, measure out and mark the
3. Place your nails into the wall at a 45 degree angle.
IMPORTANT: If your nail is not at a 45 degree angle, the clip may slip off the nail.
4. Clip the quilt and slide the back of the clip over the nail.