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Thread: Before and after "Project Organization" using EasyCores

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    Super Member cowgirlquilter's Avatar
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    You and I could--we live so close!!!!!! Lets plan on it!! We could talk about our quilting, our horses, our kids, yeah-it would be fun!!

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
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    Since it was ssssooooooo soothing and I'd hate for you to get streesed I've decided to offer my stash to be your theraphy! Come on over!!
    Looks like I coule potentially be traveling all over..... :D :D
    Yeah - isn't it amazing how we all want our stash to look like that but would Looooooove for someone else to come do it? :D

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    WHAT A GREAT JOB!

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    great job! doesn't it feel good to get it all organized!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmg
    I am working to do the same here. Only difference is I am making my own boards. Can't afford to buy them.
    What are you using to make yours. I would love to organize my stach.

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    So....sew....How do I order these Easy Cores. Who is the person on the board that sells them and what is the cost?
    Please let me know privately.
    Thanks,
    Ina

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    I just organised my stash this week, had fabric everywhere. I bought some of the comic boards that I'd seen recommended on here, 100 for a few . I hadn't realised I had so much stuff have used 75% of the boards already. Have to agree it is a very soothing, therapeutic thing to do. And today my best friend who lives in Colorado sent me a box of fabric which I'd ordered from Connecting threads ( they don't deliver to the UK) and I'm in fabric heaven they are so gorgeous, I'm a very happy bunny today. Now I have to go put them on boards and ogle at them for a few weeks until I decide how I want to use them. I haven't been on this forum long but have learned so much already and appreciate everyone's experience, have a wonderful Christmas.
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    Your room looks great. To those who need help here's what I did. I invited 3 of my closest quilty buddies over for a day of fun - organizing! We laughed so much and had so much fun. We ended up doing it again - different location. It really did make it alot easier and entertaining.

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