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

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    "Wal-mart milk crate" sewing room wall.

    Get organized the cheap way. Bought my milk crates for about $4 each and got my sewing room on its way to recovery. My husband loved it as he didn't have to build anything! I posted this before, but I think I had it in the wrong place.
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    Great idea. Thanks for sharing, I missed it the first time around.

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    Beautiful stash!

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    Great idea! and it looks great!

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    Terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Nice idea, but my stach is no way as big as yours. Thanks for sharing.
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    Perfect solution to organization! Looks great.

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    What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    You are brilliant! What a great storage system!
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    I have started using milk crates as well. I have most of my stash in black wire mesh 15" cubicles which I love - but since I am moving I have started the crates for books, fabric and shoes. My color preference is black like yours. I am finding I like my fabric on black - the black fades to the background and I do not notice it. The cubes keep things a bit more organized and stuff does not get lost. In my new life I will be a milk crate person. Easy to organize and easy to move around. And you really do not see them.

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