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Thread: I found the floor of my closet!

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    I found the floor of my closet!

    I finally decided to put my fabric on mini bolts. After working most of the weekend and this evening, I'm close to finished. I love it! Hope the pictures attach.....
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    Looks GREAT!... If you get bored or need something to do you can come and organize mine. lol
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    Wow! Great job!

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    Everything looks so nice and neat. Great job. Couldn't help but notice the little 'mallet' hanging there. Is that for anyone that messes it up? : - )

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    Congratulations! You have encourged me to do something in my sewing room.

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    Congrats on your "new" closet! Looks terrific!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Nice clean up. Looks great.

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    It's amazing how well those mini bolts work....I now see my stash fabrics and have been using them more than buying new stuff!

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    Super job!
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    You are going to love this. When I did mine I found out just how much faster I could find what I needed!! Saves money too. Congrats
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    What a wonderful closet/stash. I have been debating wrapping mine (there's not much), but it sure would beat the short stacks I do have.
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    It looks great. Can I come over and shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksdot417 View Post
    Everything looks so nice and neat. Great job. Couldn't help but notice the little 'mallet' hanging there. Is that for anyone that messes it up? : - )

    Ha ha! That is a 'Wacker' (not to be confused with whacker) - if you're having trouble with a multi-seam intersection laying flat, give it a little steam and a 'Wack' - it will lay right down!

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    Great job. I think you should do my closet next. ..... Just kidding

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    Looks wonderful, great job.

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    Great job. I did some of mine up too, I like the look but am running out of space on shelves for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Country1 View Post
    Looks GREAT!... If you get bored or need something to do you can come and organize mine. lol
    After doing Country1, you can come to my house. Great job, that was a lot of work.
    I am Mimi for 2.

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    Looks great!
    It's not a stash-it's a fabric library!
    http://www.mamisquilts.com/

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    That's got to feel good
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    The mallet may be to pound seams flat where several come together at an intersection. I have read that some quilters do this to make the problem spot lie flat.

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    Looks so nice-good job!
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    Isn't it wonderful to be able to see what you have? It looks great.

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    beautiful!! I bet you spend a lot less time looking for things and a lot more time creating. Enjoy the "fruits of your labor"!
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee

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    You have carpet!! Great job. Doesn't it feel great!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolynjo View Post
    The mallet may be to pound seams flat where several come together at an intersection. I have read that some quilters do this to make the problem spot lie flat.

    That's the idea :-)

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