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Thread: Storing Fabric

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    My twin sister forwarded a neat website to store smaller amounts of fabric, like fat quarters. I am technically challenged when it comes to forwarding information on this site, I don't know how to do that....help me out Crafty Bear! The website is thisismeinspired.blogspot.com/2011/05.
    It's a real cool site and she uses cardboard similar to the little embroidery cards that one can stores your loose thread on, but on a larger version. Sorry, I don't know how to forward the picture an neither, you're on your own I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luscious Marilyn
    My twin sister forwarded a neat website to store smaller amounts of fabric, like fat quarters. I am technically challenged when it comes to forwarding information on this site, I don't know how to do that....help me out Crafty Bear! The website is thisismeinspired.blogspot.com/2011/05.
    It's a real cool site and she uses cardboard similar to the little embroidery cards that one can stores your loose thread on, but on a larger version. Sorry, I don't know how to forward the picture an neither, you're on your own I guess.
    http://thisismeinspired.blogspot.com...c-storage.html

    To copy and paste a website
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    Go to where you want to paste it and place your cursor there. Right click and 'paste'

    http://www.webmasternow.com/copyandpaste.html

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    A Big thank you to "Quilting Here" for helping me out with the cut and paste information. People are so wonderful on this forum. I will work on the guidelines that you included.

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    I couldn't get the blog to pop up, but after just putting in the main part and then looking, I think I found it for you with its link

    http://thisismeinspired.blogspot.com...c-storage.html

    Hope this helps

    Sorry quilting here... for some reason when I tried yours it didnt work so I did this and now yours is working too. Guess my computer has gone bonkers LOL

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    Happy to help - glad we all can get to the site.

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