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Thread: What do you think of this for my sewing room?

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    Junior Member joyceinoh's Avatar
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    I would love it. Wish it were mine :)

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    I love it. I can already picture it beautifully loaded with colorful fabrics.

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    That is really nice! My hubby built mine that came from a long buffet. Then made two more like it. Yours will hold a lot of sewing stuff.

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    Where did you find the cabinet for that price? I love it.

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    I'm looking for something like that ...good purchase....congratutlations!! : )

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    Awesome! You could just fold your fabric on the shelves (with boards/or not). Congratulations!

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    Maybe they have more than one! You can have matching ones! ; - D

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    Very, very nice and it will look terrific with colorful fabrics and books on that nice white unit. I love it.

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    oh how beautiful and the only thing that would make it look better is if it is in your sewing room

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    :D as long as you have space A perfect fabric storage cabinet

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    wish i had seen it first and it was near me-lol

    i got a small bookcase today, dh says WHY does everything

    have to be in white? well i want it that way! LOL

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    ebay, of course!


    Quote Originally Posted by libbyb
    Where did you find the cabinet for that price? I love it.

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    Looks great. That will hold a whole lot of fabric, for sure!!!

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    That would look lovely in your sewing room. All filled with colorful fabrics it would be a real eye catcher!

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    If it's real wood, it's a great price. (I'm the local Craig's List queen for good furniture buys!) It looks like it would be wonderful for your purpose!

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    Well, if you get it home and decide you don't like it I'll be happy to take it off your hands :) I think it's perfect!!!

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    I love it !!! Its nice when you can see your stash at a glance..I could fill that in a heartbeat...So send it my way if it doesn't work for you..
    :D

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    If the shelves seem weak at all, you could put a brace in the middle of each one. Just a simple piece of wood (painted white of course) and place them directly above the lower one so the lower one will support the next. It works, I know, because I had to do that to a bookcase that was full (of all things) of books.

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    Here's one that came home with me today. The picture is taken at the lady's house where I bought it.

    I'm going to pattern my fabric placement after Alaska Sunshine's tutorial here on this board. I love the way she stores hers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earlylace
    I am going to look at this on Sunday afternoon, if it is made of wood and not pressed boards I am going to buy it. did you see the new ziplock flexible totes that zipper closed, I think they would work well with this, I have a $1 off coupon so I will buy one today and take it with me. I am very excited to get organized! They are selling the cabinet for 135.00. Lace
    I am jealous! what a great find!

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    That is so AWESOME!!! What a find.

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    Wow, that's lovely....would love to have something like this but then that required for me to have enough fabric to put there, which means that (a) buy materials (b) ask for fabrics to load it up! LOL....hope it's what you're looking for.

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    Beautiful piece of furniture.

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    Yes it looks very nice and even if it is pressed board it is worth that amount. I love white in the sewing studio. I have oak cabinets that match my kitchen and book cases that we built with pressed boards that hold magazines, craft books and embroidery designs, gadgets and fabric, and then 10' of shelves that hold folded fabric.

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    [quote=bearisgray]Looks nice.

    Have you asked/checked on the load capacity of the shelves?

    Fabric and books get heavy.

    Reason for asking: I bought a bookcase - loaded it with books - and the shelves are sagging.[/

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