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Posted on: 8/2/12 11:53 AM
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I used to store my interfacings in cardboard mailing tubes. However, I had to open several tubes to find the interfacing I needed. If I bought several yards of much used interfacing, it would not fit into the tube. So, I started rolling the interfacing on wooden dowels so that they'd be visible. I hold them on the roll with velcro wraps. I bought 48" dowels and had the kind people at Home Depot cut them to 36" and 24" lengths. Now I can see at a glance exactly what types of interfacing I have.

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LynnG said...
Great idea!
8/3/12 10:08 AM
KarenTeel said...
Now how clever is that?
8/5/12 5:35 PM
 
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