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Oct 28, 2010

On the "Rack"

The other day I was surfing the Net when I ran across a blogger who uses dish racks to hold her rulers when she goes on retreats.  She stated that the dish rack stays packed to be used on the road so that she didn't have to always remember to bring it........great idea.

Here's an example of what I'll be taking on our annual opening deer season retreat.  Anything to make life easier so that you can have more fun!


Joanne Lendaro said...

Iinteresting idea Rhonda. Do you think maybe a CD/DVD wire rack would be better since it's made with smaller spaces between the wires? Just wondering.....it is a great idea.

Pat said...

Good idea but it seems to be another "loose" item to put into the car (and take out at the retreat)!!! I hate travelling with so many loose items!!! LOL I do use those plastic letter holder things that can be bought cheaply at big box stores to keep my GO cutter dies.....they would also work for rulers now that I think about it.

Kim West said...

cool idea!!! I might have to try it this weekend.

Brenda said...

It is a wonderful idea; One of the nice things about blogging and quilting...so many uses for all kinds of items. Check out my solution to storing strips of fabrics, I just posted today!

Kristie said...

Great idea!!!


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