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Thread: Long Arm thread storage

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    You could market these!!!!!!!!!!!! Some for cones, some for regular size cones, ------ various heights ------ some for sitting on floor, some sitting on cabinet top.
    Nana - Spring, Texas

    Acutally, Barbara; but all teachers and my granddaughters classmates only know "Nana"

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    Wow love this! So much nicer than in a plastic bin.

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    Love it, you did an awesome job!

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    What a Terrific Idea. You should market them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36 View Post
    Wow I want one of those lol....great job
    Me too Me too That is awesome
    It all about the Journey!! Enjoy It

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    Wow!! Love it!! I've been trying to come with a way to store my threads..this is great. Lucky lady.

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    I think I love your husband!!! My BF made me a wall mounted unit that was much smaller. Yours is AWESOME!

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    Do you give husband lessons?

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    Wow! That is a wonderful cabinet! Lucky wife! Talented hubby!
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    You have a very lucky wife! I may have to show your creation to my hub and see if he can make something like that to fit in my sewing room! Thanks for sharing

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    What is the price of the serger thread storage cabinet wife?

    What is the price of the cabinet and can it be made in white? Thanks

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    Wow! What a wonderful setup. Have saved this so my husband can play copycat. You need to patent this design and then see if you can sell it to one of the sewing cabinet manufactures. I look for sewing furniture all the time and I think this would go over very well.
    June

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    Very nice,are you for hire!! Just kidding,Hope she gets lots of enjoyment out of it and the fact that it makes it so less stressful being able to just put it out and choose.

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    That is a great set up you made for your wife!, good job.....

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    WOW!!!! That is one awesome storage unit for thread. Are you for hire, LOL?
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    what a great idea. You are a keeper and I'm sure your wife will love this .
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    I want one too. How much? And where do I send the money? Great job!

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    Wink What a great piece of furniture!

    I want one too. How much? And where do I send the money? Great job!

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    My hubby says, "Don't give her any new and wonderful ideas for me to make; my list is already long enough." pjstitches

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    wow, great storage unit.

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    Love this I WANT ONE!
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    Looks beautiful and so well organized. It will be so easy for her to find things and clean up afterwards.

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