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Thread: fat quarter and yard storage

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    Super Member janiesews's Avatar
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    You did an awesome job on that and your organization is very nice-I am envious. :>)
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    You did a fantastic job!!!!!

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    Looks great, love all the color choices you have.
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    nice shelves. you did a great job. i like that they hang on the wall and don't take up floor space.

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    I'll take one of these please!!!! LOL What an awesome job you did on this! You should be very proud!!!

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    Great idea - planning the sizes! Planning my new sewing room and have some spaces I didn't know what to do with.....now and thinking again! Good job!

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    You did a great job! Your fabrics look so pretty on their nice, new shelf. I might put some cup hooks on the side for long skinny ruler to hang (if you can bear to put holes in your nice shelf) If not, use those fancy 3M removable hooks.

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    Very nice !Did a good job

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    that realyy stores alot, and so cute!

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    Good for you on your creative woodworking! It makes use of an odd spot and looks so colorful and cheerful in your room.

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    I would love to have your plans for this shelf and how you put it together.
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    Looks good. Congratulations.

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    WOW! You go girl!! You did a great job! I love your shelves. You are an inspiration, now I want to make one.

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    Beautifully organized.
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    You did a great job! Great use of a small wall.

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    Wow - what a great use of your space and beautiful job! Want to come do my room - floor & shelves? Congrats!

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    That is beautiful, wish I could do it and doesn't that fabric just look neat on it?
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    what a great shelf!!! I love it!!! Good job!!!
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    Really good use of vertical space - great job on the construction too. I like how nice and organized it all is. Makes me drool a little!
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    My first thought was, can I order one from you. Very impressive and well done! Let me know when you start selling them.
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