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Thread: fabric boards

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    I was at sewing center today and was given about 10 cardboards that hold quilt fabric.
    I need to know if it will cause harm to fabric or if I need to toss it.
    I thought I read that some one inquired about this and that they were safe to use.Please let me know so I can order the plastic one's Ive seen on this web sight.
    If not on fabric I thought maybe for batting and and lace.
    I know this has been descused but cant remember every thing I read.Old age or to much on my plate.Son and 4 grand kids moved in Jan 3rd and Im beat by the end of the day when I can finally read this sight. Thanks Dawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawnmarieodya
    I was at sewing center today and was given about 10 cardboards that hold quilt fabric.
    I need to know if it will cause harm to fabric or if I need to toss it.
    I thought I read that some one inquired about this and that they were safe to use.Please let me know so I can order the plastic one's Ive seen on this web sight.
    If not on fabric I thought maybe for batting and and lace.
    I know this has been descused but cant remember every thing I read.Old age or to much on my plate.Son and 4 grand kids moved in Jan 3rd and Im beat by the end of the day when I can finally read this sight. Thanks Dawn
    Go here: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-43871-1.htm

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    www.polarnotions.com makes wonderful "mini" bolts that are acid free and won't harm your fabric. I love them!

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    Me too. I love Polar notions boards. In my opinion, they are the very best. They fit so nice in my book case and closet.
    Dianne

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    They are too thick and take up too much room. I need every inch for fabric.

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    M.I. Late has wonderful fabric boards for sale! Definately check hers out!! I have found them to be a very valuable tool!! :thumbup:

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