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Thread: Isn't this just perfect for fabric?

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    i just went and looked at it at IKEA and that is a good price also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chele
    Those shelves are the bomb! I didn't see those when we went to Ikea. I did get some inexpensive shelving. It's been so wonderful to have everything (well, almost!) out and ready to use. No more digging through tubs. Treat yourself. You and your fabric deserve it!
    wow i love your stash !! it is so neat and plenty of it

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    Thanks for the inspiration. Work's just about to start on my loft extension to create my studio - this looks just the ticket.

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    I kea is 8 hours from me, but I make the trip once a year!
    I hope they still have the shelves in Dec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda58
    I kea is 8 hours from me, but I make the trip once a year!
    I hope they still have the shelves in Dec.
    They will!! They've had that particular shelving set fir at least the past three years, and it's featured in the 2011 catalog, which just came in the mail yesterday!!


    I have a TON of fabric on my shelves (I'm embarrassed to admit that) and I haven't seen any problems. We're looking at getting another 5x5 cubbyhole for all if my scrapbook stuff.

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    I absolutely dream of getting a system put into place like this!! Will definitely have to get me some shelves, now! Also liked the idea of the CD shelves for fat quarters or thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda58
    I kea is 8 hours from me, but I make the trip once a year!
    I hope they still have the shelves in Dec.
    Don't know where you are right now but there is one in Houston, Round Rock & Frisco. Don't know about your other 2 locations

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    take some folded fat quarters and what ever else you are going to put in there and see how they fit, before you buy it. Just a thought to maybe make sure it is what you need.

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    take some folded fat quarters and what ever else you are going to put in there and see how they fit, before you buy it. Just a thought to maybe make sure it is what you need.

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    That is very nice. God bless. penny

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    this shelf is actually 5 units. 3 wide and 2 narrow. the wide ones are the 'billy' shelves and they're great. you can get solid or glass doors for them. the doors, however, cost as much as, or more than, the shelves. i own the 'billy' ones for books with the glass doors to keep out dust and i love them. i don't know anything about the narrow ones, but they are probably the same. there is also a corner unit that matches this, as well as half-height ones. if you have an ikea near you, see them in person first. if you don't, ikea has an online catalogue where you can check out the door prices and sizes. they're not 'real wood' or anything. they're made of pressed wood stuff and have a laminate covering. i wish i had them on every wall in my basement. if you get them, i know you'll love them.

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    Wow! That's fantastic! I should show it to my husband. Some day when I get a sewing room, he could make me one.

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