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Thread: hubby next project

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    hubbys next project is to make me shelfs
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    Wow that's a lot of material. Hope you get your shelf's soon.

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    OH MY!!! I can't imagine! :XD:

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    Wow, looks like hubby is going to be busy building your shelves, love all of your fabric

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    You have a nice stash.Good luck on the shelves

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    YIKES!! all the way up the ceiling , almost!!!!

    where u gonna put all that fabruc to install the shelves!?!?!

    hmm Michigans ' not THAT FAR from Minnesota!!!hehehe

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    How exciting!

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    Honestly, what does it feel like to have THAT much material????????????????????????
    DH is going to have to buy a few acres of timberland... lol lol lol

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    Shelves appear to be overdue. What my DH made for me is coated particle board drawers on extra heavy duty full extension runners. They are 26" front to back, 2' wide with depths of 8 and 10". Now that they are many made, we are moving without them. ARGH!!!

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    Oh your puppies are laughing at you....

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    WOW and my husband has nothing to complain about anymore! I don't have anywhere near as much as you. I would love to go shopping at your house if you would ever de-stash.

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    Do you buy fabric by the short bolts? What a wonderful stash!

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    You must have found some serious sales on fabrics!! It will be great to have them on shelves like at a quilt shop where you can see what you have..........

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    What do you do if you want to use the fabric that is at the bottom of a pile?

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    Wow, a woman who understands our fabric cravings. Hope hubby gets your shelves built soon.
    Kat

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    Can I come shopping at your house? Also, I printed the picture of your stash so my husband can quit complaining.

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    My word :shock: are you opening a shop :lol: :lol: Wow, I would love going shopping at your house :thumbup:

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    What do you do when you want one that is close to the bottom? :shock:

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    Wow! Nice that it's all wrapped already and that you can pretty much see all that you have at once. Shelves are going to be just perfect. Bless your DH for volunteering for the job!

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    Some nice heavy duty shelves. Yay...

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    Good for him. That will be a wonderful thing for you and make it easier to use your wonderful stash

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    You really need the shelves.

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    Wow, that is a lot of fabric. Good luck on getting the shelves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maride
    What do you do if you want to use the fabric that is at the bottom of a pile?
    LOL LOL LOL

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    very nice stash!!!!

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