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PostHeaderIcon Organizing Your Patchwork Quilting Stash!

Serena organizes her patchwork quilting fabrics much the same way I do!  Watch her video to show YOU how!  One note:  you can buy inexpensive roman type shades that come in lots of different widths and lengths to match the size of your bookcases.  Your bookcases need not be expensive either, just be sure they will support the weight of your fabric; every 3 yards believe it or not  = 1 pound!  Be SURE to click on “Read More” for Part 2 PLUS even MORE fabric storage ideas!

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