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Thread: Quilt Closet Reorganization

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    Super Member Cogito's Avatar
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    Hhhmmmm....not familiar with mini bolts. can you buy them empty and fill with already purchased fabric?

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    You did an amazing job organizing everything. You must feel really good. Wish I had the room to organize my fabric that way!

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    It takes a lot of time to reorganize but looks great. Most of my fabric room is reorganized but I have decided to take some time each day to do more so I can still sew. I love to shop in my stash.

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    Lot's of fabric! That quilt closet looks so neat and tidy. Smart Move!

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    You have inspired me!

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    Good job. When are you opening your quilt shop, lol?

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    It turned out wonderful. I can only imagine how long that must have taken.
    peace
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    wow! you did a great job!!

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    omgoodness, that is awesome

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    You have it fixed up so nice. Now you an find everything!!
    Jesus knows all my imperfections yet he still loves me. Amazing!

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    Once upon a time, I lots of fabric stored on the shelf in my closet. The weight was too much and eventually it caved. So I suggest you reinfore the mounts on the shelves.

    Nice job.

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    Wow---so much material and so organized. How impressive!

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    I can't wait to see the rest of the room if that is what your closet looks like!

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    what an awesome job. !!!!! pat yourself on the back, alot of work went into that. would love to just be in there. lol

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    Wow... that was good work. I think I would sit for a while and just bask in my beautiful stash.

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