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Thread: How to organize quilting books in a sewing room

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    Super Member ccthomas's Avatar
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    Yes, I have that problem also. That was going to be another topic. :-)

    I do those by year, by "the named magazine."

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    Super Member ccthomas's Avatar
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    Using a notebook sounds like a great idea. I have been known to purchase the same magazine, the same book, the same quilting notion.

    This could help me. Thanks for the idea.

    Wonder if I can keep track of a small notebook! :-)

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    My "library" is a mix, some:
    By Author: Got a lot of Eleanor Burns
    By Type: Scrappy Quilts, Bargello Quilts, Log Cabins, Baby Quilts
    Then the single types like books on Color Theory, Paper Piecing, etc - they're on the bottom shelf

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    Mine are mostly Quilt In A Day books so they are all togather.
    I would like to find a way to sort by blocks and block sizes. Seems Im always looking for a particular block and the size I need it to be.

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