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Thread: thank you for posting about the ruler fold method!

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    Senior Member wannaquilt1's Avatar
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    thank you for posting about the ruler fold method!

    thank you for posting about this ladies! I never knew it existed and now I can see all my colors and I can use the fabric I already have! I'm working on organizing my bookshelves so I can clear off a bookcase and bring it into my sewing room to use for fabric. yay! now I can see what i have and i don't need to buy more fabric in order to create! Yay!

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    Once you are organized you will love it. I can get so much more done now!
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    I finally put my stash on mini bolts this year and it really helps to actually see what I have. Of course the flip side of that is...I need to sew faster!

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    I can't wait to do the mini bolts. That's next. But right now I'm just so happy to be able to see what colors I have yay! I agree I can get so much more done now.

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    I also want to give Thanks...now to folding my stash.

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    Its great once you get all of your fabric out where you can see it. I didn't do the ruler method but found the best way to fold for my shelves and was amazed at the fabric I had and had forgotten about. I'll never use totes again; well under my bed are slide out totes wit lots of fleece but I know what's in them. I also went to Home Depot and had more shelves cut for my bookcase so that they weren't stacked as high and I could organize them better by color or print.
    Judy

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    Where do I find this post??
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    I missed the post, what is the ruler fold method?

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    Isn't it awesome? I've finally gotten most of my fabric ruler folded. It's great to be able to actually see what I have in the stash.

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    This is where I found the directions:

    http://turningturning.com/tutorial-folding-fabric/

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