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Thread: hubby next project

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    When are you opening your store? lol

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    Can I come and shop at your house. :lol:

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    yes they r huskies

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    it stinks if you need one from the bottom of the pile..
    I hope you get your shelfs quickly...

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    Yea I would say that too. Mine did it so far so good with the stash. Good luck
    Quote Originally Posted by casper7879
    hubbys next project is to make me shelfs

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    Great stash! Hope you get shelves soon.

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    Wow what a stash. Don't have near that much, and I thought I had lots. You should have fun picking after he has shelves made.

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    He better hurry or he may be digging you out!!! LOL :D

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    you could open a fabric store[ I'll be right over]

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    Wow thats alot of bolts, you definetly need shelves lol.

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    I live in Mi, and would be glad to help you with your stash!!

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    Maybe you could sew really fast and you won't need so many shelves

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbiG
    Maybe you could sew really fast and you won't need so many shelves
    That would kill 2 birds with 1 stone your stash is smaller and your Hubby won't have to make shelves

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    SHELVES!!!! you look like you could use a whole room...........fabulous stash....lol

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    Wow, that's alotta fabric! Time to make the puppies each their own bed!!! ha ha!

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    OMG! Nice stash!

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    Looks like quite a selection. At first glance, I thought those were books...doesn't pay to hurry through things

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    What a stash. Lucky you!

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    Love all your fabric, Casper.......what a wonderful husband you have, cherish him. I am praying for you and believing in the healing power of God for you. Hang in there, holding on tight.

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    That is one huge stash.

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    I just can't believe how much material some people have. It just amazes me. Enjoy your fabric!!

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    Wow! Sure will need super duty shelving, awesome stash!

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    how in the world do you remove the fabric you want without everything tumbling down LOL! i really think your husband needs to get to work for you :-D

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    Casper.
    That sure is a lot of fabric. My husband made me a great big cabinet-complete with sliding wire baskets and calculated that it would take 4500 fat quarters and then told me I would never fill it up. Guess what- its full and there are still more boxes/plastic slide out drawers etc and I still keep buying fabric-it is an addiction but you look like you have quite a stash. Hope you get your frog fabric soon.
    Kiwi Aussie Jen

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    Casper.
    That sure is a lot of fabric. My husband made me a great big cabinet-complete with sliding wire baskets and calculated that it would take 4500 fat quarters and then told me I would never fill it up. Guess what- its full and there are still more boxes/plastic slide out drawers etc and I still keep buying fabric-it is an addiction but you look like you have quite a stash. Hope you get your frog fabric soon.
    Kiwi Aussie Jen

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