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Thread: New link for fabric organizers

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    Super Member JanetM's Avatar
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    Here is a new link for the fabric organizers I used to redo my stash.
    http://quiltfabricorganizers.com
    Great prices and shipping is included.

    My stash
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    Power Poster dkabasketlady's Avatar
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    Thanks for the site. This looks like something alot of us could and should use!

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    i made my fabric wraps. I got mat board on sale at hobby lobby for 3.00 a large sheet. i cut it 6x13 wrapped my material around it i used blue tape to hold the ends. I wrote on the tape the amount of material but if you count the wraps you won't have to write them every wrap is 6 inches so 2 wraps 12 inch . I have 3-four draw file cabinets i keep them in. i got 15 boards from each sheet of mat board so saved quit a bit

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    Super Member JanetM's Avatar
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    Great! So when do we get to see pictures of your stash?
    I love seeing everyones sewing spaces. :wink: :wink: :wink:

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    I've been thinking about doing the same thing with cardboard; that won't hurt the fabric will it seeings as how that is how it comes in the first place.

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    I use cardboard.I take the flaps off heavy boxes and they are great!Cost is right also:)

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    Boy, the "after" pictures are great. Can you explain what these are? Plastic? Cardboard? Is there some way to secure the fabric?

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    After I put the fabric on the cardboard, I jut take a long straight pin and secure the last wrap that goes around the cardboard.Works for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chay
    Boy, the "after" pictures are great. Can you explain what these are? Plastic? Cardboard? Is there some way to secure the fabric?
    Click on the link in my post. The boards are made out of an acid free plastic. You can secure the fabric with vinyl coated paperclips, or Bolt Buddy clips.

    http://www.ironpals.com

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    I use the flaps of boxes too! For my lace anyways.. lol i use to sell on ebay and have a BUNCH of boxes from there, the flaps are perfect!

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