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Thread: ♥ How to Fold Your Fabrics

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    ♥ How to Fold Your Fabrics

    How to fold your fabrics to put on your shelving unitshttp://turningturning.com/tutorial-folding-fabric/
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    Unique! thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks .... she has some good stuff in her Tutorials, too.

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    thanks for the link
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    great idea. Thanks for sharing
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    Nice to see you posting again, Craftybear. . . and as always it really neat.

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    I do basically the same thing, but I fold my fabric selvage to selvage then fold to selvage. I found that with the longer lengths of fabric if you fold it like she does you get a big bump on the end that takes up unneeded space and I have less room for fabric.

    Thanks Craftybear for the post.
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    great tut...thanks

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    thanks for sharing , i have a lot of refolding to do someday.

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    Thanks!!!!!
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