I had a some inquiries as to how I hang my small quilts - Glenise, you came up as a no-reply comment and I have no way to email you, so I'm answering here.
I always have great plans to make those triangle corners on my small quilts, before adding the binding, but usually forget. I first learned of this method from Ami Simms, but now I see it everywhere - here's a link from Quilts By Jen. For some reason she has you use a triangle in each corner, but I only use two, at the top.
So how do I hang mine?? Well, I save all my old sewing machine needles, and just tap them into the wall to hold my quilts.
Not very deeply, just enough to hold. This leaves a small hole that is easily covered if you move them, which I do frequently. Be gentle as you tap them, they will break if you whack them too hard. Forgive the terrible picture, we're having thunderstorms today and it's dark in here.
Works great for really small ones, but the larger ones tend to droop in the middle. The triangle method is really cool for adding a dowel - the triangles are added before the binding is attached, so it's all by machine, no hand stitching. I'll add the link to my Useful Links page so you can find it easily anytime.
I hope you're all having a great Sunday, we're going tropical today [88F] with thunderstorms - much cooler this coming week!