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Thread: TOP MY STASH :-)

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    Junior Member born2bfree67's Avatar
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    Hey ladies,
    i am looking to see if there is another lady out there who can TOP MY STASH and machines.
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    I cannot top that, but I would love to dig around and find some nice pieces...that's a dream come true..enjoy, enjoy, enjoy.

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    It is so organized. Wonderful.

    There was a lady in Iowa who died. It took three days to auction off her stash. She had a barn.

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    I love that blue and white quilt!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D
    Of course I love your stash too!!

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    sorry to hear about the lady who passed away.

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    thank you.

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    thank you.

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    What a great video. Love your stash and your machines.

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    Love your fabric choices and how you store them. On your machine on the quilting frame do you use a stitch regulator. I am wondering if I should invest in one to make my stitches perfect even though I do pretty good I would want them perfect if I sell any quilts

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    You certainly have an impressive stash but you may like to take a look at this stash :- Stashmanicure

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    thank you for your feedback and compliment.

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    if you already have the skill to do your quilting without a stitch regulator, then i would suggest not to get one. the sure stitch is a $500 product.

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    I watched the stash video and I have come to a conclusion....I thought I had a nice stash...I have a fraction of what you do!
    I then watched your other videos...nice job...

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    i'm excited to see someone elses stash. send me pics/link

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    thank you for the feedback and compliment.

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    Oh jeez I would be embarassed!! But hey if you are going to sell that juki & frame I may be interested!
    You are a pro at stashing...me...a beginner who just spends too much money! But mine is organized..that I have to say

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    You have a lovely stash that makes mine seem to tiny.

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    Very nice storage systems. I have tons of fabric but my is not so neatly organized.

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    You might have a bit more fabric than I do, it's hard to tell as mine is spread out in 3 different rooms... but I can definitely top your machines and accuquilt dies, LOL. You've got me beat hands down when it comes to organization though!

    I enjoyed your video, it is always so much fun to see someone elses sewing room!

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    Nice stash and you are so organized.

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    Ok I think you even top a fabric store! Where do you buy your bolts of fabric? Nice organiztion set up!

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    Nice stash. I love organization. I can never seem to get mine stuff 100% organized.
    You are blessed that you have access to all that space.
    I'd love to see pictures of the things that you produced, as well.

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    Nice n Neat!

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    hello,
    what is your budget as i just happen to be selling it. i am purchasing an 18" baby lock long arm with the pinnacle frame and accessories. i purchased the juki and frame in march, so its not even six months old. still under warrantee. let me know what your budget is and also, where are you located?

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    i don't purchase fabric by the bolt. alot of my stash comes from gift certificates for xmas, birthday, valentine's day, anniversary and they all know that i love quilt shop fabrics. so i use the gift cards and buy at a minimum of 7 yards a pattern and the shops always give me the card boards for free. most shops just throw them away so i asked one day and found out that they don't use them at all.

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