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

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

Old 12-11-2011, 09:49 AM
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Default I am going to get off of this computer and clean my studio floor

I am going to get all the fabric off the floor before I go to bed tonight I swear. I did get the fabric out of the kitchen, except those 2 boxes I brought in from the garage. If any one lives close by send me a pm I will be getting rid of some of this.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:38 AM
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Good luck. I need to start cleaning out a lot of mine that I know I will never use. But it is so hard to do.
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Old 12-11-2011, 11:36 AM
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Good luck with your clean-up. Having company for the holidays is always a good motivation for me.
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I am finishing a few Christmas projects and then I am getting started on my room. No telling what I'll find. Good luck!
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That looks like a hard tasks, let me send the truck/trailer to help you.
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:42 PM
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Dang if you were closer I'd invite you over to take some home.
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That looks like a hard tasks, let me send the truck/trailer to help you.
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where abouts in MT do you live? I live ne of Stanley. You sure do have a lot of fabric. I have mine in totes until dd gets home to help redo on the boards. I find that I have more room when I do this. I just use the cardboard from Joanns as they just have to take it out to the dumpster anyway. saves them a trip and if the fabric comes folded on it it should still be good to put it back on it to store. We don't know how long it has been on the cardboard til it gets to the store anyway.

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Is Montana near Wisconsin?? LOL
I hear you there , just moved last year still getting things out of the garage so husband can set his things up .
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good luck im in the same boat here gota get cleaning too....
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:02 PM
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I am in Helena. Keep in mind this is not cotton quilting fabric. It is good for all kinds of other things though and I use it for art quilts, but if the pieces are too big I get bored with it. I have too much and need to purge once in awhile.

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where abouts in MT do you live? I live ne of Stanley. You sure do have a lot of fabric. I have mine in totes until dd gets home to help redo on the boards. I find that I have more room when I do this. I just use the cardboard from Joanns as they just have to take it out to the dumpster anyway. saves them a trip and if the fabric comes folded on it it should still be good to put it back on it to store. We don't know how long it has been on the cardboard til it gets to the store anyway.
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