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Thread: A Result of your inspiration

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    Super Member KSue's Avatar
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    Love your stash and your organization looks great! I finally got mine finished as well. I posted it quite a while ago. I was brave - before and after pics.
    KSue

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    Thanks, KSue. If I had posted the before, it would be a picture of a walk in closet with stacks of folded material. Almost impossible to use without pulling the whole closet apart. Going to look up your stash.

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    What a stash! Nicely organized too.
    Being a great quilter is 5% talent and 95% pushing yourself away from the internet!

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    wow now thats alot of fabric and very well organized,
    hugs dora

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    Isn't it inspiring when you can see your fabric all organized like that. I love it!

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    I'm in the process of organizing my sewing room now. My granddaughter, who just turned 21, moved into her own apartment and so we now have her room for sewing!!!! Yay, I can get all the mess out of the dining room. We bought bookcases and a big 2-door cupboard and are putting all the materials in color sections. No more digging through 5 plastic totes to find material....Can't believe I will actually have my own room...so excited.
    Families are like old quilts....although they tend to unravel at times...each can be stitched back together with love.

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    Wow fantastic. I wish I had more than one 9 x 12 room that I share with an L-shaped desk. When my cutting table is opened out I can hardly move. Thinking of moving into my 'formal' living area that only get used a couple of times a year. I think the desk will have to go.

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    Lynny: I no longer have a formal living room, but when I did it was wasted space. I say go for it, makes a lot of sense to really make use of space rather than let it sit idle. Show pictures if you make the change.

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    Saluting you as you have really made lots of progress!, Congrats!
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