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    Senior Member CindyinNY's Avatar
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    the post about using shoe cubes for storing fabric. I've been through at least 50 pages and can't find it. I wish I'd learn to save things I'm interested in!!
    Here is the only picture I saved from the post:
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    I think this was a gal from alaska.

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    If it was alaskasunshine, she has a tutorial on that thread showing and/or telling how she folded the fabrics. Go through the tutorial section. I hope this helps.

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    What beautiful organized stash you have!!!

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    Looks great the way you have it organized!

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    I don't know whos stash that is, but I am very jealous....I could only dream of having that much fabric in my house to pick from!

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    Not me, but I have 3 of these. 1 is in a closet with shoes in it, other 2 are in sewing area. I put 4 rolling wheels on each one, they can turn on a dime and give 9 cents change!! Since they are spreading out lengthwise, I think I may get another 1 or 2 and put 1 on top of each one, standing upright on top. It'll be easy enough to drill a hole in each bottom side and in the middle to screw them to the bottom shelves. And they will still move around to suit me. I plan to shortly make some small drawers to slide in them. I make cardboard ones to see if they would work well and I liked them enough to make them of wood.

    I don't keep fabric in them, just sewing aids. Well, maybe just a little bit of what I'm working with at the moment, since I tend to lose what I'll need for whatever project I'm working on after a couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluteddi
    No, that isn't the one I took this picture from. This post is not the one I'm looking for. It wasn't the gal from Alaska either.
    These are shoe cubes she bought at Lowe's.
    Thank you though for trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susie0808
    What beautiful organized stash you have!!!
    It's not my stash ............I wish it were though!

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