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Thread: "Wal-mart milk crate" sewing room wall.

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    Super Member fxsts93kf's Avatar
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    Excellent idea! And I like that milk crates are lightweight, so easily movable! Beautiful stash, mines not quite there but not for lack of trying!!
    Kelly

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    What an inexpensive way to store your fabric. Thanks for sharing
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Neat idea! We ended up installing cabinets with doors because I cannot bring myself to look at all the wonderful fabric waiting to be used. Number 1, I shudder to think I have to eventually cut it up, and number 2, my trip to Italy and Alaskan cruise is sitting behind those doors. Don't want to look at it and think about the could-have-been's.
    What a great stash you have! Nice job organizing. Should be easy to find what you are looking for.

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    Great idea!!!!

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    Very creative! Thanks for the idea!

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    looooooooooooooooooooooove it.

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    That is a great idea!! Wish I would have seen it sooner! We just bought a cabinet to put my fabric in as I am moving out into the family room and needed a way to safely store the fabrics!!! I may be able to use this idea for other items though!! Thanks for sharing :^)

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    You have a lovely stash. What a great idea for storage. Thanks for sharing.

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    I use the milk crates for my books and notebooks

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    I think the cabinet is a better idea it is enclosed from the lights

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