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Use Blueprint Storage Box For Fabric Rolls

Most of the fabric I purchase is on bolts that are 54 inches long and difficult to store. I found a cardboard blueprint storage box at Staples and now all my bolts are stored on end. They stay neat, don't fall all over the place and I can easily view the fabrics.

By Gon2oahu from Victoria, B.C.

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September 15, 20100 found this helpful

What a neat idea! That would be helpful for those of us who do a lot of sewing or quilting.

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October 11, 20160 found this helpful

The problem with that is that storing fabric upright ruins/distorts the grain of the fabric. Fabric is best stored on its side or laying down.

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