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Thread: Binding Storage Tip

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    With Christmas items being clearanced now, these cord holders may be very reasonable. :D:D:D

    http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/2009...e-tuesday.html

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    What a good idea for binding. Thanks

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    I like the idea for binding. :thumbup:

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    Oh, Wow, and they would slide right onto my peg board. Thanks, Amma!

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    Great Idea :-)

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    great idea!

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    What a terrific idea. I would never have thought of that. Thanks for posting. I'm going into town tomorrow and pick a few of those up.

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    What a GREAt idea! Thanks for sharing and have a Happy New Year!

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    Good idea. I have been using the cardboard tubes that come out of the foil. They are thicker and they are smaller around then the paper towel ones.I am in the process of putting together my room. I just bought some of the plastic jars that screw together to hold my buttons . They will take up less room than the plastic square containers I had them in. $2 in Walmart.

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    Guess maybe I will go to the hardware store with DH one day. LOL I generally have him drop me off at the fabric shop and then he comes back. This is one neat idea. Thanks.

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    What a really neat idea!!!!

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    Great idea thanks for sharing........................

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