This small hanging is just 6 ½" x 13".
I sewed one of the lino prints to the back of the quilt.
After sewing on the binding I remembered a tip about sewing triangles into the corners for a hanging rod. Of course these should have been sewn in with the binding and hopefully I'll get it right next time. Nevertheless I went ahead and sewed them on anyway.
I cut two 2" squares and folded them into triangles. I would have cut larger squares for a larger quilt.
I placed them in the top corners, tacked them down and sewed the binding over the raw edges making sure that the stitches went through the triangles and caught the backing.
I'm chuffed with that - it makes a really neat finish. I would have used the same fabric as my backing, but I wanted you to be able to see my triangles. Triangles can also be sewn into the bottom corners for another rod to keep the bottom of a wall quilt nice and straight.
I'm linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts - Finish it up Friday