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Thread: Storage Solution

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    Great idea - and so pretty too!

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    nifty, great space saver

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    Thanks for the info. That is a great idea.
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    Some of my stabilizers and misc. fusibles I've rolled up the instructions around and rubber banded, then stored upright in a crate or large wastebasket. I don't have any more wall space so I am having to get creative with the floor storage. :/

    Quote Originally Posted by MTS View Post
    A smaller version would work wonders for the mess of interfacing and stabilizers and fusibles I have all over the place. I always end up buying more because it's easier than trying to find the right product - and forget about finding the instructions with it.

    Great idea! Thanks.
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    Great idea and it looks great too. Thanks for the tip.
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    I take the plastic sheet of instructions that come with it and staple the one side and bottom. Then you just slip the interfaceing into it and you always know what it is.

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    That's a very attractive storage solution for your stabilizers and patterns.

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    I like what you did, looks nice & neat...

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    Very Nice -- will keep that in mind for organization ! Hummm now where to fit it on the wall. (not much wall space).
    Thank you for sharing.

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    Hey such a nice ideas that make me use such a good space to putting this kind of materials. I really feel good to use hanging the all fabric in well manner system. This can be very easy and quick method out of selecting plenty of materials.

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    Wonderful Idea!

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    What a great idea. Useful and beautiful.

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    Very nice, I use to have a shoe hanger that I used in that way and I loved it. Yhis is so much sturdier and prettier.
    Awesome, thanks!

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    Your so SMART. Looks great and very functional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS View Post
    A smaller version would work wonders for the mess of interfacing and stabilizers and fusibles I have all over the place. I always end up buying more because it's easier than trying to find the right product - and forget about finding the instructions with it.

    Great idea! Thanks.
    I was getting ready to post this same response. This is a great idea.
    Judy

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    You're very smart and clever to execute this idea in my favorite colors. Will you be sending it on over anytime soon?

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    What a great idea. Hmm now to find some wall space. :-)

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    Noticed this was posted years ago but I am wondering if you ever did make a tutorial for it and if so where would I find it. Love it! Thanks so much

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    Super idea!!

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    Nice I like it!
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