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    Great idea, I'm going to try doing that in my sewing room.

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    You go girl! Looks great!
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    Really a great start on getting organized and being thrifty at the same time. Great find.

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    LOVE that idea. I have the same shelving. I think I'll put mine a little lower on the shelving unit and put a table in front of it when it's time to cut the batting, pull it out and cut it using the table. I'll been having a hard time getting the batting cut straight. Thank you sooo much!

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    Brilliant!
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    I love your batting storage idea. Looks neat and easy to get to. Nice work.

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    Wonderful idea.

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    What a smart quilter you are! Great idea!

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    Brilliant, very brilliant. What else would we expect from a creative quilter ?? I like the batting holder.

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    I have the same shelf system, what a good idea the way you hung the batting

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    This is a great way to have a roll of batting stored and ready for use.

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    I just love what you did. I've had a cart like that forever and never thought of it! Thank you for sharing
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    Excellent idea, thank you for sharing!!

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    Wow! Really nice!

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    Liking that.......calla

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    What an awesome idea!!! I might have to steal it if my DH doesn't get the rod put under my longarm soon!!!
    The trouble with Trouble is.....It usually starts out like fun!!

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    Smart idea for your batting.
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    Four things you can't recover: The stone.....after the throw. The word......after its said. The occasion.....after its missed. The time......after its gone

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    Now that's smart thinking!
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    Smart thinking!!

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    That is brilliant -- would never have thought of that. I love this board for all the ideas I steal ... uh I mean learn from!

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    Thanks for sharing such a great idea !

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    Love it! Great idea.

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    Super idea, wow.
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    Thanks so much! I found your fabulous idea just in time!

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    I love your storage rack! When my MIL converted her guest bedroom to her sewing room, she removed the sliding doors from the closet and stored her fabric on shelves in it. She mounted brackets above the closet so her batting is up out of the way but still easily accessible. However, I'm only 5' tall, so I can't reach it! Which of course she loves... So your rack would be perfect for me!! Thanks for the idea!

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