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Thread: fabric boards

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    Question fabric boards

    looking for the lady that makes fabric boards for organizing your fabrics,,Please help..Thanks so much.
    Ladysuds
    Last edited by ladysuds; 06-12-2012 at 03:04 AM.

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    This isn't the link for the lady who makes them but one sent to me for ones for sell at a great price. I figured I'd pass it on incase you needed it.
    Judy

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    The woman from whom I bought mine is the sister of a Board member.
    Gwen Chermack
    Her website http://www.quiltfabricorganizers.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladysuds View Post
    looking for the lady that makes fabric boards for organizing your fabrics,,Please help..Thanks so much.
    Ladysuds
    Go under items for sale on this site and check out the boards sold by M.I. Late, they look great!
    Barb

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    I went to JoAnn's fabrics and got cardboard bolts that they toss when they are empty. They cut down easily with a rotary cutter and you can usually get 2-4 per bolt. They work great and are free!

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    I bought foam display boards at the Dollar Store and cut six boards from each foam board. Works great!
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    I just used the comic book boards - am in the process of reorganizing. Cost $11 plus tax for 100 at comic book store

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    The board lady is M.I. Late. she just had some listed recently. Here's the thread name: Easy Core Fabric Storage Boards - Free Shipping, Just do a search in the tool bar of the board - where it says home resources.

    I just bought some and can't wait to get them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSue View Post
    I just used the comic book boards - am in the process of reorganizing. Cost $11 plus tax for 100 at comic book store
    They work great and are economical, too.

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    I use the comic book boards also

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