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    Super Member kacy 49's Avatar
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    I love your room. Your cabinet is beautiful. I especially like the setting with the rocker. Great room beautifully furnished.

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    Great job, nice piece of furniture as well!

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    That is a beautiful way to house and display your fabrics! And it fits so well into your room. I think you made a great buy :)

    Debbie in Austin

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    Nope. You definitely don't have enough fabric. :)

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    What a wonderful way to store your fabric and yet it's so artistically pleasing at the same time!

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    what beautiful colors and how good they look in the cabinet , you can never have to much fabric :wink:

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    Your kitty had to check it out. If it is passed by kitty it is okay.

    I made a tiger quilt and one of my kitty loves that one, normally she will never get up on my lap, but I started using that and she loves it.

    Great buy and that is one of the best ideas to use it for, that way you can see all your fabric. I have about 6 or 8 bins and never can find anything.

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    Glad you let Katie Kat out. Guess she thought it was her new home.

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    Very nice!

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    No more room for the beautiful cat!

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    Looks so beautiful and so inspiring! Did the cat come with the furniture?

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    Your fabrics look soooo pretty in that cabinet!

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    Beautiful! But I wouldn't DARE display my fabric like that. My husband would take my car keys and my debit card away and tell my I could never buy fabric again!

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    Your first mistake was not covering the glass :) Covered glass hides more :) Very nice though love how organized you are now!

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    What a perfect place to store your fabric!

    Your sewing room looks very welcoming! I'd love to "rock away" some time in your chair....

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    So nice and holds so much, just love it, I want one......

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    This has been the best thing I have done to my quilting things. I have been strickly using my stash to make 5 lap throws. Easy to find and pretty to look at too.
    The rocker was inhereted from my grandma-in-law. She spent hours sitting in that chair hand quilting and crocheting.
    Thats why I had to have it in there. The whole space makes me smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdaniel023
    This has been the best thing I have done to my quilting things. I have been strickly using my stash to make 5 lap throws. Easy to find and pretty to look at too.
    The rocker was inhereted from my grandma-in-law. She spent hours sitting in that chair hand quilting and crocheting.
    Thats why I had to have it in there. The whole space makes me smile.
    That's the perfect place for your rocker. It definitely belongs there, especially considering it's history! It makes me think of a warm hug....(I know - corny - but it gives me a good feeling just seeing it)

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    Great way to store fabric! Lucky find, too.

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    I have one shelf like that, the rest I have got when I get around to it, I am sure most have the same problem, at lot in bins, can't never find what I am looking for.

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