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    Junior Member Dawn227's Avatar
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    Love your shelves. I am working on same but never thought about pattens.
    Thanks for another idea!
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    I wish that i could get that organized great job.
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    Good girl! Want to come do mine?

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    Great job well done! I love how you can walk over and find everything right within reach and color coordinated. You deserve to have some play fun in that stash now for a while.

    I did this last january 2011 and I washed and pressed it. Oh my gosh... That was a total exausting month! I thought I would never get that finished. The other thing I wondered if I could keep it that way. Turns out once you do this, it is a snap to keep it straightened up and organized.

    Thanks for sharing your organizing with us. It will inspire others to follow suit, I am sure.
    RedGarnet222

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjohnson View Post
    After setting up my newly remodeled quilting studio, I proceded to organize all of my fabrics, thread, patterns, etc. I mostly sorted by batiks, collections and color. It's so easy to find what I need now. I hope I can keep it like this. I found fabrics that I had forgotten I had bought.
    Gosh I don't think I could cope with piles of fabric such as you have there, OMG no I couldn't. All mine is currently in various boxes and totes which I find hard enough to cope with as it is. I am looking forward to the day when like you I get to organize my sewing studio. Great job!
    Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.
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    Looks nice. Is all your storage in one cabinet?

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    Thank you. I have 3 overhead cabinets full.

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    The lazy susan is a terrific idea!

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    Fantastic!

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    Cool storage, I really like the way you have your thread and fasturn things.
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