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Thread: Organized my fabrics....

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    Very nice, wonderful find. Really helps with the organizing. Also the short term memory. Can't wait to see the project you come up with now. :thumbup: :D

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    Wow, how nice this looks.........a good space saver too.

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    Looks fantastic. It looks better with fabric than china!

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    Very nice - Nice enough for the living room!

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    Tee hee hee...see, other folks put their collectibles in a china cabinet...why not a quilter's collectibles?

    They really do look lovely in there...

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    Nice!!! It makes a pretty picture. :-D

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    Great stash and cabinet!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdaniel023
    I bought a china cabinet a few weeks ago at Goodwill. I paid $80. Finally got all the fabric refolded. I emptied three of those rolling three drawer plastic chests and the overflow from everywhere else. I found fabric I didn't know I had. :lol: I love how pretty the fabrics look.
    The bad thing is DH thinks we should cancel our planned stop over at Mary Jo's. NOT!!!
    Wow!
    That is great, you can see everything you own, no more lost fabric.
    Great job, I love you sewing room.

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    looks great!! looks like it has always been there and matches other furniture I can see in the pic.

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    Wow!
    That is great, you can see everything you own, no more lost fabric.
    Great job, I love you sewing room.[/quote]

    Well, not everything. The fat quarters are still in plastic drawers. So are the flannels, jelly rolls and layer cakes. The quilt backs did make the cabinet, they are in the two large drawers at the bottom. :oops:

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    Looks beautiful!!

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    Nice! Great deal on the cabinet, too!

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    Lovely!

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    It's most amazing!!

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    How lovely! And it goes so nicely with the rest of your beautiful room. So much more elegant than those plastic bins.

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    looks really good ...your area is so nice and neat

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    Wow-that's a great cabinet. I got something a couple of weeks ago that I am STILL refolding my fabric to fit. I wish I had 4 more of them. I will post a pic soon and you can have a look. It's a whole lot easier when the fabric is behind glass and you can see everything you have!

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    Fabulous cabinet..you truly are organized....WOW!!!!

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    great find!

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    Such a pretty sight.

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    Wow! That looks very nice! All of the fabric, wow! What a Stash! I would love to have a china cabinet like that for my little bit of a stash! But I have been looking for a cabinet like that for quite some time, just for my Barbie Dolls! Thanks for sharing!

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    Beautiful cabinet for $80. You did good! Your fabrics look beautiful displayed in it too. I like how you can see what you have at a glance.

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    Beautiful! Katie Kat is what really sets it off.

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    Congratulations on a job well done!

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    I did not read through all the comments. That being said please keep the fabric away from the wood. It will stain the fabric. I've lost some.

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