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Thread: Going partly GREEN and cleaning up!

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    Super Member Robin57's Avatar
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    I have been putting off cleaning my sewing room because it was such a disaster grrrrrr And looking at all the pictures of the nice sewing rooms everyone has I was feeling like I HAD TO clean up my room!!!! So here is the start of getting organized!! It is GREEN because I recycled fabric bolts :lol: Thanks for looking...I still have a long ways to go and as you all know the one with the most fabric when she/he dies wins....so I think I am going to be a winner hehehehehe..NO MORE FABRIC....NO MORE FABRIC....NO MORE FABRIC...if I keep telling myself this I may believe it!! It is truly a sickness...If it were alcohol I would surely be an alcoholic!!!!!
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    HOLY COW! Can I come shop at your fabric store?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RatherB Quilting
    HOLY COW! Can I come shop at your fabric store?
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    Yes, that's my comment also!! LOL Holy Cow is right!!!

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    Nope I see more room for at least another fifty yards....

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    Great job. You make me want to get started on mine.

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    What a job! But what great results!! Wish I had the empty bolds to re-cycle-and the time to re-arrange everything!

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    Great job

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    Whoa!! now that is FABRIC!! Have fun creating!!

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    Nice job! Did you cut the cardboard bolts? They don't look as wide as they are in the store. Cutting them would save a lot of space on the shelf, which seems to be the case on your shelves.

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    Your stash is quite impressive. But I can see areas of missing color, which should be corrected right away. I do not see any really bright colors, like yellow, orange, lime green, etc.

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