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Thread: Stash Reorganization:Part 1

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    Wow, impressive. So organized and easily accessible. What size of boards did you purchase?

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    What a great idea! Very organized and impressive.

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    Very nice, thank you for sharing the photo for inspiration!

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    Great job. It makes it more fun if you can find what you are looking for. Yours looks so nice compared to mine. Need to get busy and organize more. Thanks for sharing.
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    drool! that is pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leslie333 View Post
    This is a great idea and your fabric collection looks so nice! It looks like there are a couple different sizes of comic boards on Amazon. Which size do you use?
    I used the 6.5"x10.5" size, I wasn't aware there was more than one.

    I folded the fabric selvage to selvage, then again leaving the selvage showing the fabric line on the outside so I can see it on the board. I thought about measuring them as I wrapped them but decided it would take too long. I can guesstimate by looking at the size of the fabric on the the board pretty easily.

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    oh my, I just love the neat clean look of all your material. Wish I had a dresser like that.Can I ask what size is most of the material?

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    I was iffy about comic boards until I saw yours in your drawers. I have dressers like yours with fabric in them and I want mine to look like yours!! I am going to Amazon right now and order 100 comic boards. Thank you for showing me that you can use them in drawers also!!!
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    Great idea--beautiful stash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubsfam View Post
    oh my, I just love the neat clean look of all your material. Wish I had a dresser like that.Can I ask what size is most of the material?
    1/2 yard up to 2 yards for most of the fabrics.

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