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Posted on:7/13/13 11:45 PM


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NEMDF said... (7/15/13 5:29 PM) Reply
Nicely done! Good problem solving, and it looks nice, helps hide clutter (great place to hide Christmas presents later... )!
Sew Whatever said... (7/14/13 10:04 AM) Reply
Well done. It looks good, and no one will notice the mitred bit.
cboots said... (7/14/13 7:53 AM) Reply
You have the same storage system as I do! I also made curtains for my shelf unit out of heavy natural twill. I did not make ties for mine and keep thinking I should have. The ties are a good idea, since they do keep everything from just waving around. It also will help keep your fabric from getting less dusty. Good work!
 
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