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Thread: This took two days??

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    Super Member nunnyJo's Avatar
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    I'm impressed, beautiful job

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    Looks great!
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    You did a nice job! I'm sure you came across a few fabrics that you forgot you even had! I did the same thing a few years ago when I was recovering from minor surgery. It took me about the same amount of time. Our family room looked a mess for a few days. However the end result was beautiful in my mind.
    Go forth and sew!

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    Awesome Job, now isn't it great to just stand back and look at your stash, certainly going to be much easier to see what you have-Again, congrats.
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    I like cubes better then anything else ever! Your look wonderful!

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    Beautiful and well worth it.
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    Reality is that I wasn't quite done - will I ever be? - and those cubes are now filled. Sorted roughly by color, with one cube dedicated to bright children's fabrics and one to fabrics that are earmarked for upcoming projects. These are just my fabric cuts - my large cutting table (http://www.quiltingboard.com/mission...e-t212058.html) is filled with scraps, strips and squares that I have cut, as well as started projects. Then there is my flannel, in another closet (although not too much of that). I love scrappy quilts, and use both Bonnie Hunter's Scrap User's System and Joan Ford's Scrap Therapy.

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    Wow, I love how you organized your fabric. Beautiful. I hope it will help you to use more of your treasured stash. I'm sure you found some fabrics that you forgot you had and also some what was I thinking fabrics. lol Have fun in your new creative space.
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee

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    Very nice. I've been working on organizing my sewing room a few weeks now. I've got the main fabric storage area organized but I've still got several totes (8 - 9?) to go through. Sadly, my method of cleaning involves dumping everything into a tote to go through later, which only works if I actually go through the totes! Looks great!

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    wow, love the look

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    Beautiful!!!! I have to check those cubes out!

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    you did a great job... it's like a small LQS
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    That is absolutely beautiful. I love refolding and touching the fabric.

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    Nice job. You can see all your fabric and make easy choices now!!!!

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    wow, very nice

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    I am impressed how fast you did it! Lovely stash.

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    Both of your rooms look great! It is really nice to beable to see what you have. I bet you save money not rebuying what you already have.

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