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Thread: Quilt Storage

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    Super Member Lynnie25's Avatar
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    My daughter is coming home for Easter and needs a bed to sleep in so I have had to find other storage spots for all the quilts that were laying on her bed.

    The first photo is the bed piled high with quilts.

    The second photo is two lots of the quilts - the ones on the left I am keeping (for now) and there is 30 quilts in that stack. The ones on the right I am going to sell (reluctantly) and there is 35 quilts in that stack. I now have to decide how to sell them.

    I also packed away 56 dolls quilts (all under 30inches square) and 10 tablerunners. There was also my 6 Kingsized quilts that are again packed away safely and which I am definitely keeping.

    Needless to say, a week after my daughter leaves, all the quilts will go back on the bed as I like them layed out to reduce fold marks. :) :)

    Before sorting the quilts
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    Keepers and Quilts to Sell
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    a regular here Demshine's Avatar
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    That's alot of quilts.
    How much are you selling your quilts for?
    You can list them in the classified section on this board.

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    That's a lot of quilts. And who collects the platypi???

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    My daughter loved the platypus when she was younger and had a huge collection of them. There are still quite a few hanging around :)

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    Wow, you have a lot. I love the one hanging on the wall.
    You go girl.

    Sewfine

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    I've sold some quilts at the local Christmas craft show. That way people can see and feel them. For a minimal table rental, it makes a fun day. Good luck.

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