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Thread: Cutest homemade sewing boxes!

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    Senior Member ncsewer's Avatar
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    If you need more, also check JoAnn's. In the back behind the upholstery fabric. I often find it discounted, on a bolt, in a barrel beside the shelves and sometimes folded and in the remnants.

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    Thanks for the vinyl link and the link to the boxes....it is definitely on my to do list and has been saved!!!
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    Thanks for sharing!! These are great!
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    wow, those directions are lengthy

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    If your talking about the soft vinyl.You can buy it at Joanns and hobby stores.They sell it on lg rolls and you buy what ever length you want. I bought it that way to cover my out door chairs so you could see the cloth pattern under neath.
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    I'm with you, I love the home made ones, but cheaper and easier for me to buy them at Walmart, leaves me more time to quilt/embroider lol
    Quote Originally Posted by fayzer View Post
    I found storage boxes exactly like this at Walmart. They are beige and fold flat. I love mine and I didn't have to make them. Of course the hand made ones are much cuter. Just call me lazy.

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    Thanks. I saved the tutorial. Lots of ideas for using these nifty, colorful storage boxes. We sell the clear vinyl at our quilt shop.

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    Snikeys, those are CUTE!! Thanks for the link.
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    I love the boxes I am going to start on them as soon as I get vinyl Thanks

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    I love the boxes I am going to start on them as soon as I get vinyl Thanks

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