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Thread: fabric shelves before and after

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    Oh, my goodness, your stash looks great!

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    you are so organized
    nice

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    Love your organization and sewing room.
    This is the Dollar Tree website page for the Readi-foam boards. They are a $1.00 each and you can order a case for $50 from the store or online. I just used an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper as a template and drew a line around them on the foam board to cut out the fabric boards. I cut them out with a hobby knife. You get a ton of fabric boards out of a case. Very cost effective.

    http://www.dollartree.com/classroom-decorations/classroom-decorations/Readi-Board-Foam-Boards/809c809c809p16450/index.pro?method=search

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    me too. wish there was a like button.
    Quote Originally Posted by JenDale View Post
    ok 'serious drooling' going on here...admire your stash and just love the finished look...
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    wow! can you do with fat quarters and what is most yardage that can go onto a piece of board?
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    you have an awesome space for your fabrics. where did you get the shelving cabinets? they look like the perfect fit. i can hardly wait to get mine done. love the idea you gave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibbette View Post
    you have an awesome space for your fabrics. where did you get the shelving cabinets? they look like the perfect fit. i can hardly wait to get mine done. love the idea you gave.
    The shelves are just regular book cases from Wal-Mart. I discovered the ones they have online are better than the ones they have in the stores though. The ones online have a single board for the sides and the ones in the store have two piece sides.

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    As the saying goes, "there is no such thing as too much fabric"... love your stash!

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