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Thread: 2nd Update to Reorganizing my Sewing and Quilting Supplies

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    Looking great ! Wish I had such organization ! Still have a few tubs. Sigh...
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    Looks great & I love your stash but please be more careful
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    No matter how I organize, I tear things apart lookin for something

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    Lookin' good. So glad that you weren't seriously hurt....be thankful that the laundry cart is the only thing that got broken. Be sure to send us pictures of the finished organization. Thanks for keeping us updated!!!
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    Thanks everyone. I was lucky when I fell, will be more careful in future. As for the organization, yes, I have accomplished a lot so far, but have quite a ways to go. Just can't decide what to do with all the decorator fabrics I have. I really don't have room for it in my new room and my goal was to get everything in one area. Have to decide this week. But it is good to have all my quilting fabrics organized so that I can see what I have. I have a few kits that I have put together for myself and I intend to make more and then, hopefully, go shopping in my own home when I need a new project. I really enjoy seeing everyone elses organizational projects. Happy Quilting and happy Mother's Day. I am off to Red Lobster with all my kids and grandkids.

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    Glad to hear you did not get hurt in your organization! Magnificant stash! I bet you just love looking at it ..all neat and tidy!

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    Wow that's looking really good. I'm so glad your fall only resulted in a small cut, could have been so much worse.

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    Wow, you've done a lot. What a great stash. Can't wait to see your final pics.

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    Wow! Big stash! to say the least. Glad you're ok. Wish I had your stash. Hmm Let me take that back! We're looking to move. I'll increase after we move when we move.

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    WOW....Great job.....You have more fabric than a fabric store...LOL....

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