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Thread: Started something that wasn't that easy!

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    Super Member faykilgore's Avatar
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    Wow! Can I come shop at your house? I don't think I have a closet that big. Great job at organizing!
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    that is awesome. It will be like visiting a quilt shop where they have moved their fabric and even though there is no new fabric you see things differently or in a new light.
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    oh wow....wish i had the energy to do that. it is wonderful, congratulations on all your hard work.
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    A small stash you say!!! I only wish I had that kind of stash, are even the give away bags would be a thrill to me.
    Beautiful work on all the hard work .
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    Well done for getting organised (I need a good kick up the pants in this regard). Great stash....a veritable rainbow Thanks for sharing.

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    organization & a total personal quilt shop of your very own..........drool !!!!
    lp

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    Whoa.. I don't come close to the yardage you have.. and I'm getting claustrophobic..

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    WOW! Enjoy the colors. You have your own "store."

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    Impressive...You should receive a blue ribbon for this.

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    What is Marshall's Dry Goods? I'm out on Long Island and our 'Marshalls' is a small department (mostly clothing) store which is a sister store toHome Goods and TJMaxx.
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    You can be very proud of your accomplishment, but must be ever vigilant because you live in the same town as Marshall's Dry Goods! That would probably push me into the "hoarder" catagory Just kidding, of course!

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    What an inspiration to resort, organized my "much smaller stash." Nice job; great selection of colors.
    Carol

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    That's way toooo neat and organized for me...lovely colors!

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    Very neat, nice stash!
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    Well done! that has to feel good if you are like me it has been a long time comming. Any tips?

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    Looks great and so many pretty fabrics. You are an inspiration - now I guess I would have to get off the computer and actually move to start cleaning mine - right? :>)
    This too shall pass.
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    Girl you need to make some quilts so you can use your stash and but the new fabrics coming out. lol
    SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
    Stay strong and keep looking up.

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    You have a really large stash, great job on organizing it.

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    Very neatly organized, I can see lots of quilt possibilities. You just need to get busy and sew up lots of big quilts and use it up. Lots and lots of beautiful colors.
    Another Phyllis
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    Great job and you have a wonderful fabric collection!

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    LOL! I can so relate! I am in the process of moving my sewing to another room so my former sewing room can be my scrapbook room. Simple process, or so I thought! I have been working on it for 3 weeks and have 3 large shelves done. I still have many bins to go through, fold and stack. I never thought this would be such a massive undertaking. I applaud your good work!

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    and now you can come and help me!

    Anita in Northfield, MN

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    You have all this and still some to donate to chairty. Wow!! that's alot of fabric. How do you purchase your fabric? By the bolts or 2 - 31/2 yards per bolt/color? Just wondering. Thanks for sharing.

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    Wow - it looks great! I'm always amazed at the number of people that arrange your folded fabric on shelves. It looks like you have multiple yards of each one, or maybe it's how it's folded - it just looks that way. Do you have smaller pieces and how do you store them?

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    Great job!

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    Looks really organized but I thought you said you had a "little" fabric. LOL.

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