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Old 09-27-2011, 03:58 AM
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My twin sister forwarded a neat website to store smaller amounts of fabric, like fat quarters. I am technically challenged when it comes to forwarding information on this site, I don't know how to do that....help me out Crafty Bear! The website is thisismeinspired.blogspot.com/2011/05.
It's a real cool site and she uses cardboard similar to the little embroidery cards that one can stores your loose thread on, but on a larger version. Sorry, I don't know how to forward the picture an neither, you're on your own I guess.
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Old 09-27-2011, 04:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Luscious Marilyn
My twin sister forwarded a neat website to store smaller amounts of fabric, like fat quarters. I am technically challenged when it comes to forwarding information on this site, I don't know how to do that....help me out Crafty Bear! The website is thisismeinspired.blogspot.com/2011/05.
It's a real cool site and she uses cardboard similar to the little embroidery cards that one can stores your loose thread on, but on a larger version. Sorry, I don't know how to forward the picture an neither, you're on your own I guess.
http://thisismeinspired.blogspot.com...c-storage.html

To copy and paste a website
HIGHLIGHT (left click to highlight and then right click and 'copy') the web address (usually on top of your screen)
Go to where you want to paste it and place your cursor there. Right click and 'paste'

http://www.webmasternow.com/copyandpaste.html
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Old 09-30-2011, 09:41 AM
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A Big thank you to "Quilting Here" for helping me out with the cut and paste information. People are so wonderful on this forum. I will work on the guidelines that you included.
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Old 09-30-2011, 10:01 AM
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I couldn't get the blog to pop up, but after just putting in the main part and then looking, I think I found it for you with its link

http://thisismeinspired.blogspot.com...c-storage.html

Hope this helps

Sorry quilting here... for some reason when I tried yours it didnt work so I did this and now yours is working too. Guess my computer has gone bonkers LOL
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Happy to help - glad we all can get to the site.
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