I have about 30 jerseys to fill my basement walls and would like the front logo to be visible. But do not want to damage any of the jerseys. So nailing the bottom would not work.What are some options for hanging hockey jerseys on the wall without usuing nails through the jerseys?
You could try velcro. You could use a wooden dowel rod (like a closet rod), brackets for each end, and put say 6 Jerseys on one rod, through the sleeves. You could do this for however many jerseys you have. This way if you need to take them down for washing when they get dusty, you just have to slide them off the rod and not have to worry about putting nails through the material.What are some options for hanging hockey jerseys on the wall without usuing nails through the jerseys?
it depends on what kind of material the jerseys are made of. I
would try a strong double sided tape. or take it to a store that frames pictures they will know how to hang your jerseys without damaging them
Frame them in larger shadow boxes or have it professionally done.
Would you be able to machine sew or hand sew some velcro strips on without damaging them?
First, you can put nails in the walls, leaving it sticking out about an eighth of an inch. Then, get curtain rings with the clips on them. Hang the circle ring over the nail and just clip the shirt on them. You'll probably have to do about four per jersey (on ends of sleeves and each side of the collar). It's inexpensive and EASY without damaging them.
Here's an example of the rings, but you can find them in packs at Wal-Mart (less expensive) as well: