Mexican tapestry is versatile pieces that can be used to cover floors or used as wall hangings to decorate your room. When hanging any carpet on the wall, be careful to maintain the carpet and prevent running and tears. You also want the carpet to be secured against the wall without damaging the wall. Carpets are heavy and draw nails and pins from the wall, creating holes in drywall.
Do you want to Mexican tapestry wall hanging? Let’s follow the instruction below. Start with turn the blanket over and lay it flat on the floor. Roll Velcro strips and pin them to the top of the rug with straight legs. Then sew velcro to the rug in a straight line across the back. To give the most support to carpet weight, use “2-inch Velcro. Choose a thread that closely matches the color of the carpet. Sew velcro to the back of the carpet. Do not go all the way through the carpet. Going only halfway through will prevent the mask from to be seen from the front.
Trim a piece of wood the same size as velcro. Trim the tree with a handsaw. Put velcro to the piece of wood with construction adhesive. Allow the glue to dry. Next, find the buds in the wall where you will be hanging the carpet. Lightly tap the wall. An area with a stud will sound solid. Areas without stud will sound hollow. Stitch the tree strip on the wall where you find a stud. Last, hang the tapestries on the wall by connecting velcro pieces.