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Thread: fabric shelves before and after

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    A great collection of fabrics, organization makes it easier to pull fabrics for a quilt, as well as saves you time.

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    What are the fabric boards called that you got at Dollar General? I've never seen anything like that here locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick View Post
    What are the fabric boards called that you got at Dollar General? I've never seen anything like that here locally.
    They're just foam core boards. If they have them they'll be with the poster boards. I checked at our other DG and they don't have any at all. My Dollar Tree doesn't have them either but some people have said they can get them at DT.

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    wow it looks like a quilt shop! great work, would you like to come to my house and do the same?

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    Your 'before' looked decent, too.

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    hello.. just came back from the dollar tree and got some of the foam boards . and i have a few fabrics i have folded on them now how to secure the back of it so it stays together? thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by chips88 View Post
    hello.. just came back from the dollar tree and got some of the foam boards . and i have a few fabrics i have folded on them now how to secure the back of it so it stays together? thanks for sharing
    I fold the bottom corner up and secure the top with a jumbo vinyl coated paper clip.

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    thank you scissor queen. be back later got folding to do. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scissor Queen View Post
    I fold the bottom corner up and secure the top with a jumbo vinyl coated paper clip.
    Can/Will you do a photo of that, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Can/Will you do a photo of that, please?

    Sure thing!

    Fold the bottom corner up.

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    Finish winding it up and put a jumbo paper clip at the top to hold it.

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