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Thread: fabric shelves before and after

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    Senior Member Halfsquare's Avatar
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    Oh man - and I thought I had a lot of fabric!
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    JEALOUS!!! Can I come and play at your house.

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    You are inspiring me!

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    That looks so nice and organized. By the way, your "before" picture looks better than my space. Sigh...you have inspired me.

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    How would you like to take a road trip to the eastern part of the state and do mine? Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmom View Post
    JEALOUS!!! Can I come and play at your house.
    Sure! One of the biggest reasons I did this is so I can pull the fabrics out and play with them. When they're in stacks you end up having to fight with the stack and end up with a mess when you're done. This way I can pull out what I want and put it back with no mess!

    I will not however post a pic of my desk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksdot417 View Post
    How would you like to take a road trip to the eastern part of the state and do mine? Looks great.
    Hmmmm, you've got some great quilt stores on that side of the state. I might have to consider it!

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    Looks really great, beautiul fabrics!!!!

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    So nice and neat, looks like a fabric store! I'd love to come shopping there! LOL!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    It's beautiful! Isn't it nice to have your fabrics right at your finger tips instead of digging through bins?! Your own little fabric store. I really enjoy looking at my collection of fabrics!
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