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Thread: Can you show me your 'finds' for storage?

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    Some really great ideas on this thread.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    super ideas, thanks for sharing
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    Thank you for all of the great ideas. It's interesting to see how everyone's minds work differently when viewing the same item. Wish I had a better imagination.

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    Very creative ideas!!

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    Not as great as some posted but I am so proud of the little container that had nuts in last year and I could not bear to throw away. Perfect for my hexies.Name:  hexie box.JPG
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    No pictures but, I have kitchen cabinets, uppers and lowers complete with a 90" counter top. I have mostly quilting things in them.
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    I use the container the Crystal light comes in to store scissors and rotary cutters. I have my table for laying out my quilt in our basement. Then I need to take everything back to my sewing area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drivingsusan View Post
    This is a silverware caddy for a dishwasher. I use it to hold 'stuff' (corral is more like it!) that I keep out on my cutting table.
    gee, i have one of those that i used to use for my knitting machine... never thought to repurpose it for quilting!
    Nancy in western NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommafank View Post
    Not as great as some posted but I am so proud of the little container that had nuts in last year and I could not bear to throw away. Perfect for my hexies.Name:  hexie box.JPG
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    perfect indeed! couldn't be more appropriate
    Nancy in western NY

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    I have one of those Ikea turquoise kitchen carts by my sewing table to hold supplies like someone else already posted.
    I but pizza boxes from the local pizzaria for 50 cents to store projects/blocks in.
    I found an old typewriter table and spray painted it red to hold supplies next to my hand quilting frame.
    I found a wire Christmas card holder at Goodwill that I use for holding my rulers.
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