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Thread: storage ideas

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    Senior Member Cheshirecatquilter's Avatar
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    storage ideas

    Seems to me these two laundry room ideas could be adapted by quilters, the first for stash storage, and the second for convenient drying of small fabric cuts that have been washed and shrunk. You just have to have someone handy around.

    http://www.houselogic.com/blog/laund...undry-dresser/

    http://www.houselogic.com/blog/laund..._campaign=Blog

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    Neat laundry room. I love the aqua walls. Wish it would go with my other decor
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    I love the laundry dresser--even for laundry!

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    Great site! Thanks for posting. I love the lazy Susan pantry.
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    Thanks for sharing the links. I love the things they have done with their laundry room. It's amazing how we can visualize using different things in our quilting rooms. My husband and the Lowe's guy couldn't understand why I wanted to buy a piece of plastic guttering for my quilt room. I basically told them not to worry that I had a plan. I bought to end caps for the guttering, took it home and had my husband cut it into a 4-5 ft. piece, attached the end caps, drilled holes along the back side and used S-hooks to hang it to my pegboard to hold my leader grips and yard sticks for my quilting machine. Works great. Quilter's are just pretty good at making things work.

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    Love the idea but I think you would need a big room....

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    I have a place in my laundry room that could use one stack of those baskets in their shelving. What a great idea! Thanks so much for posting.

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