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Thread: Acid Free Boards

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    Junior Member Joan Rosemary's Avatar
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    Hi everyone, where can I find fabric storage boards in England, nearly all suppliers I find are overseas. Your help would be great.
    Many thanks.

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    Power Poster alikat110's Avatar
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    I use comic book boards. Thin and acid free. Cheaper than ones for fabric. You can also ask fabric stores for empty bolts, cut to size

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    Member rookie quilt's Avatar
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    I'm from the US, I buy acid-free card stock. Many scrap bookers use this. If it's not thick enough (especially when I have smaller amounts of fabric) I use2 layers. Hope this helps you. Good luck finding what works for you.
    I get it at Staples. An office suply store

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