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Thread: I am going to get off of this computer and clean my studio floor

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    Super Member Country1's Avatar
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    Wish I lived closer, wait what am I talking about, I'm out of room myself! lol.
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    I think we are all in need of some serious studio cleanup! My fabric is finally around boards tho!
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    I decided to start another star quilt complete with tutorial instead of finishing the floor, maybe later.
    Quote Originally Posted by michelehuston View Post
    I think we are all in need of some serious studio cleanup! My fabric is finally around boards tho!

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    LOL! I thought I was only one who needed to cleanup and organise...sew glad to know that I'm not. I moved into the largest room in the house, the family room, and still have fabric and goodies in boxes and in the spare bedroom. The best thing is I can get on both sides of my sewing table to work now. We made the table out of a full sheet of plywood with 4x4 legs, I made about 1/3 of it into an ironing area! Also put a full sheet of latice board up to use as storage for rulers, rotary cutters etc. I will have to post pics.
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    my DD was home for a week over the holidays and we did get all my fabric onto boards and into totes so that I can at least see what I have. I plan on getting shelving put up in the small bedroom that I use as an office and then I can store onto the shelves. will need to have son in law hel0p me when he gets some time. he is quite a handy man with the saw and hammer and nails. He did most of the work rebuilding his house after the flood last summer in Minot. They are not doing the basement at this time in case it should flood again and he said they will sandbag this time. Might never have gotten as bad as it did if they would have done some sandbagging. I will need to go to Joanns for some more bolt boards as I have used all up that I had and cut it into quarters. Really neat. stand up straight in a row in the totes and I got some emptied if you can believe that. Wow! fogot to take pics of before and after. More upstairs when summer comes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyjo View Post
    my DD was home for a week over the holidays and we did get all my fabric onto boards and into totes so that I can at least see what I have. I plan on getting shelving put up in the small bedroom that I use as an office and then I can store onto the shelves. will need to have son in law hel0p me when he gets some time. he is quite a handy man with the saw and hammer and nails. He did most of the work rebuilding his house after the flood last summer in Minot. They are not doing the basement at this time in case it should flood again and he said they will sandbag this time. Might never have gotten as bad as it did if they would have done some sandbagging. I will need to go to Joanns for some more bolt boards as I have used all up that I had and cut it into quarters. Really neat. stand up straight in a row in the totes and I got some emptied if you can believe that. Wow! fogot to take pics of before and after. More upstairs when summer comes.
    I love the black wire cubicles for containing fabric. Progress is good.

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    Quilt guilds are always looking for fabric for charity quilts. The guild I belong to make habitat for humanity quilts, baby quilts, doll quilts, and numerous other quilts and is always looking for donations. Do you have a guild near you to donate to.

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