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Thread: March Reorganization

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    Pretty fabrics and so organized! I love reds, too.
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    great stash and sewing room
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    Nice work. I try to clean up my room after each project but it doesn't always happen. It is always fun to go through one's fabric and discover "old friends"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    Too funny, you know you made me buy them. They work for so many things I may need to go get more.
    Good question, though. Where did you get those green baskets?
    I ask because I have some that I bought at Staples that they were selling as locker organizers. I bought green, blue and purple, but could also use some more! Unfortunately, Staples here only carries them for back-to-school shopping.
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    Great job!!! Looks very nice. Red happens to be my favorite color, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b.zang View Post
    Good question, though. Where did you get those green baskets?
    I ask because I have some that I bought at Staples that they were selling as locker organizers. I bought green, blue and purple, but could also use some more! Unfortunately, Staples here only carries them for back-to-school shopping.
    We found the green (and other colors) baskets at the dollar store. Hopefully you can locate them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    We found the green (and other colors) baskets at the dollar store. Hopefully you can locate them too.

    Yeah, mine are still empty sitting on the floor waiting for someone to fill them with scraps all nicely sorted into colors and sizes. Like that is going to happen any time soon.

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    have fun, start slow.just sort by color first. try to lay flat, then when you have a small bit of time you can cut without needing to iron it all. I find it saves on ironing time if flat a few days.

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    You have beautiful fabrics! Looking forward to seeing you next quilt

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    looks great
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