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    Super Member alaskasunshine's Avatar
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    Now for the organized part. I love this!
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    Awesome! I am working towards that goal....slowly :)
    What did your DH make the fabric boards from? I purchased "Stash Tamers", but I am finding I have WAY more fabric than boards. Can get expensive. Love the sewing machines in the cabinet...great touch of decor.

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    Amazing and beautiful....

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    WOW - want to come do my room? It looks like a dream. Can I come shop in your shop?

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    Super Member alaskasunshine's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingnonie
    Awesome! I am working towards that goal....slowly :)
    What did your DH make the fabric boards from? I purchased "Stash Tamers", but I am finding I have WAY more fabric than boards. Can get expensive. Love the sewing machines in the cabinet...great touch of decor.
    Oh thanks so much for the really quick response :shock: I love the entertainment center that holds my "little girls"(featherweights). My husband bought the corrigated plastic stuff you make signs out of. I called a local sign shop and the guy got them for me and I picked them up from him. He charged me $17.00 per 4'x8' sheet. I believe I got 46 or 43 11.75x 7.50 boards. He cut them on his table saw. I could not afford to do it any other way. And they work great as long as ou make sure you have the lines going horizontaly. I hope this helps. :thumbup:

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    Wonderful room and love the fabric display.
    Love your 'girls'. Working towards owning just one.

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    That's awesome! Looks lovely.

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    That's awesome! Looks lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbunny
    That's awesome! Looks lovely.
    Thank you

    Thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvdek
    Wonderful room and love the fabric display.
    Love your 'girls'. Working towards owning just one.
    There is one listed on e-bay. Check out the link on lost in 51. There is 1 day left. I will not be bidding! It is a centenninial!

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