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Thread: Alaskasunshine's fabric folding( organizing your quilt room)

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    SHOW OFF!!!! hahahhahaa :lol: :lol:

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    WOW! I just looked at your 4-21 post! WHAT a difference!! Congrats BUT I still don't know what you used for boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaskasunshine
    Done with the tiny bolt. To keep me organized I have got to put it back where it belongs! ;-)

    I love my little Sunshine. She is always so expressive and the mouth piece for her momma and her brother! Gee I sure do love her!!! :-D

    The pix following pix to come are of my ceiling DH is adding more lighting for me to see better in my quilt room. He is so wonderful to me! :wink: We are off to have breakfast! I hope this tutorial has been helpful. In closing I must give a huge thank you to the lady that first gave us the idea to use the sign material. I don't know her name but she is brilliant. Also to wine woman who did this before me and helped me with sizing. She is wickedly organized. And lastly to my DH (gee this sounds like I am accepting a grammy) he cut all my boards and encouraged me all along the way. I was many times feeling like I would never even fill one row on my shelf but little by little I got it to where it is today.
    Take care and please post pix as you wrap and tidy your shelves. And don't forget to check on Craig's List for shelving and hutches and entertainment centers. They work so nicely and are great if you are on a budget like I am! :D
    What sign material? :?:

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    Thank you thank you! For one who is Add and totally disorganized this is amazing

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    Thank you thank you! For one who is Add and totally disorganized this is amazing
    Ceegee

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    That's not a stash, that's a store!!!

    Wow!

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    great pictures! It is always gratifying to see that other people have as much fabric as I do. But, yours is so much more organized--not for long-- I have some time and fabric holders coming this weekend so my room will have more space and also be prettier.
    There is nothing prettier than organized fabric that can be seen! Except quilts of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingmimipj
    Quote Originally Posted by alaskasunshine
    Done with the tiny bolt. To keep me organized I have got to put it back where it belongs! ;-)

    I love my little Sunshine. She is always so expressive and the mouth piece for her momma and her brother! Gee I sure do love her!!! :-D

    The pix following pix to come are of my ceiling DH is adding more lighting for me to see better in my quilt room. He is so wonderful to me! :wink: We are off to have breakfast! I hope this tutorial has been helpful. In closing I must give a huge thank you to the lady that first gave us the idea to use the sign material. I don't know her name but she is brilliant. Also to wine woman who did this before me and helped me with sizing. She is wickedly organized. And lastly to my DH (gee this sounds like I am accepting a grammy) he cut all my boards and encouraged me all along the way. I was many times feeling like I would never even fill one row on my shelf but little by little I got it to where it is today.
    Take care and please post pix as you wrap and tidy your shelves. And don't forget to check on Craig's List for shelving and hutches and entertainment centers. They work so nicely and are great if you are on a budget like I am! :D
    What sign material? :?:
    If you call a local sign shop just ask if they carry the sign material that is corrugated plastic for signs. Usually realtors have for sale signs made of this stuff. They come in 4'x8' sheets. My DH cut them up for me. If you are not able to do that they may cut them for a fee.The only thing to be careful of is making sure your lines are going the right way otherwise the bolt will fold up as you try to wrap it. I give that information on the first picture on this tutorial.
    have lots of fun with this. Also if you have more questions feel free to ask away... :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by marybs
    Wow! Thanks for the help! What is the clip you used to keep it all together once wrapped?
    Did you answer this question? If so, I can't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingmimipj
    Quote Originally Posted by marybs
    Wow! Thanks for the help! What is the clip you used to keep it all together once wrapped?
    Did you answer this question? If so, I can't find it.
    They are called "BOLT BUDDIES" or you could use straight pins. I used both.

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