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Thread: tutorial for putting fabric on shelves

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    tutorial for putting fabric on shelves

    I recently saw a tute on how to stack folded fabrics on shelves and, for the life of me, I can't find the postl
    I thought it was an Amy Butler tute or sew mama sew, but not sure. Can anyone help me find that link, please? Thank you. Ellie
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    Bonnie Hunter did one on her blog page a few weeks ago. - Carolyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2011wannaquilt View Post
    Bonnie Hunter did one on her blog page a few weeks ago. - Carolyn
    Oh, thank you so much. That is exactly what I was looking for. Where in the world did I come up with the name Amy Butler???? Wow, what an airhead I am.

    Anyway, thank you for taking the time to help me.

    Blessings, Ellie
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    someone on here also put the 6-1/2 x 24 ruler right on the fabric and folded over the ruler, then took the ruler and
    rolled it more across the fabric and then just slide the ruler out of the fabric when done. I love this method.

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    Could someone give us the link for Bonnie Hunter's tute? Thanks.
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    This topic and discussion were so neat, and sewelli...thanks for the link. I've saved it.
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    Hi, wordpaintervs

    I also like Kat13's suggestion with the ruler. I'm going to try that too and see which works best.

    Ellie
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    Quote Originally Posted by kat13 View Post
    someone on here also put the 6-1/2 x 24 ruler right on the fabric and folded over the ruler, then took the ruler and
    rolled it more across the fabric and then just slide the ruler out of the fabric when done. I love this method.
    Sounds interesting, I'll try that method too and see which one works best. Thank you.
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    [QUOTE=sewellie;5686617]http://quiltville.com/pdf/StashFolding.pdf

    A funny thing happened when I first printed her pdf. To conserve paper, I printed it with 2 pages on one. Pages 5 and 6, which print first were in English, and the other pages printed in what I think are Russian, or something like that. I went back and reprinted the first 4 pages and they came out in English this time. I'm wondering what happened.

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