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Thread: fat quarter and yard storage

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    Junior Member acesgame's Avatar
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    fat quarter and yard storage

    Someone made one like this that was smaller and cuter but this works for me and uses a space where big furniture would be in the way. I made it with 1" x 6" whitewood. I am by no means a carpenter but I was proud of it when I was done. The top shelf is charm squares, jelly roll and those fabrics with the 6 colors on them. Then 4 shelves of fat quarters or halfs. Then 2 shelves with 1-1.5yard cuts. All of my bigger fabric pieces are wrapped on comic book boards or neatly folded and waiting for their new space. I am getting laminate floors soon so I haven't finished my space since it all has to move out. I will show pictures after floors.
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    You should be proud you did a great job congratulations. Your materials look so good standing to attention.

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    Very nice! Love the color.
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    Sweet!! You did good!! I like it.!
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    Wow! That looks great!!!
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    Take a bow! Well done girl.

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    What great shelving you made! I think you did a fabulous job. It is just perfect for that spot too. You go girl!

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    Well, I think you could go into carpentry on the side. Very pretty. all of it

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    What a GREAT job you did. Looks so very nice.
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    Wow, you did a WONDERFUL Job. You should be very proud of your 2 cents worth. I hope I can place my order soon for my own shelf. lololol Enjoy the new room.

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