If you have a rug, blanket, or other textile you would like to hang on a wall, here is one way of making that happen. You should not nail it directly to the wall, as it might rip from the strain, so though it sounds like a simple solution, it will not last. Here is how I hung my Peruvian blanket.
A piece of wood trip the same width as your textile
Velcro the same width as your textile
2 eye hooks
Glue/nails and a hammer
Needle and thread
Fishing line or other rope
If you have good glue, use it to attach the hooked end of the velcro to your trim. You can also use small nails like I did. Remember to sand your wood first!
Step 2: Attach an eye-hook to each end of the wood trim.
Step 3: Sew the other end of your velcro to the textile. This is the most time consuming task. Just be patient, and use a good, sturdy needle.
Step 4: Attach the two pieces of velcro, and hang your rug on your wall!