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    Quilt storage

    i solved my quilt storage problem. i got very limited space



    $15.99



    on top of clothes closet (that's 8 quilts stored )

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    That's a great idea. I may have to copy you on that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayak karl View Post
    i solved my quilt storage problem. i got very limited space



    $15.99



    on top of clothes closet (that's 8 quilts stored )

    TY
    KK&K

    OMG quilt heaven! Sell some of those....to me : )

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    Great idea!
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    Great idea!

    Now all I have to do is make sure that the cats don't get into the closet.

    Jim

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    Thats cool! I put a little grossgrain loop on the footbox of all my TQ's and one on the end of my UQ's as a hanging point. Then they all get attached to a line running clear accross my place. Ahh such a gear junkie!
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    Very nice! And something I need to look into. I have mine in laundry bags on the top shelf in my closet. I would be great to be able to stack them without having them slip off all the time. Thanks for sharing your find.

    Jay

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    Great idea Karl! Another idea for hiking clothes/base layers and such is this hanging shoe rack. I just roll up my clothes and when I'm ready to pack everything is in one place. Uh, mine's not pink.
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    all great ideas on how to store quilts. Hamhocker bought some mesh netting and made a hammock hanging down from the ceiling. It is over the stairs going upstairs so it doesn't take up any space. We just lay the quilts down side by side. They overlap a little but it doesn't compress them at all
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    Eight quilts?? You hanging with the Brady Bunch? lol

    Oops, just remembered I have three quilts and three sleeping bags myself. Need to keep my mouth shut!

    G-Gut

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