Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Tuesday Archives #197: Quilt Storage

Hello! Hello! and Happy Tuesday Archives! 
The linky party that let's you rejuvinate OLD blogging posts.
Val's Quilting Studio
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This week's theme is: QUILT STORAGE 

In April I splurged on this wonderful storage cabinet for my quilts and I continue to just love it!


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  1. Your cabinet is beautiful, Val! I love the glass doors, so your treasures are protected from dust but you can still see them. Alas, I have no quilts to store because I have only finished 16 quilts in the 16 years that I have been quilting, and I gave away 11 of them. Of the remaining 5 quilts, three of them have been bed quilts for my sons for so long that they are disintegrating and desperately need replacement, one is a small baby quilt that is folded in Anders' closet, and the other one is a maple leaf throw quilt that I made for my husband. That one is in our family room and is used for TV snuggling.

    Sometimes I feel like I'm not a "real" quilter yet because I don't have tons of quilts to store, or a stack of tops waiting to be quilted... But then I look at my list of UFO projects and the fabric I continue smuggling into my house and I KNOW I BELONG. ;-)

  2. I love the glass doors on your storage. You get to enjoy your quilts without having them out. Thanks for hosting this linky, Val. I actually have something to share this time LOL.

  3. LOL, yes, they are in two closets. I haven't done a post on my crummy storage. I do keep refolding them and rotating them for the seasons. I need a pretty piece to display them like you have. Shopping trip!!

  4. I've never made a post about quilt storage. I think mostly because I don't store my quilts. Most of them I give away, and the ones I keep myself are on the sofa/bed or on the wall. Nice to see your quilts behind the glass doors.

  5. I use an old "Jenny Lind" baby changing table to store my folded quilts. It will give you three shelves. My quilts are folded on the bias, one corner at a time making sure the outside edges are parallel. This prevents fold lines or creases.

  6. It is fun seeing how some people store their quilts. I still need to write a post about mine.


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