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My fabrics are protected from UV light and dust. I can remove them one at at time without disturbing the other fabrics. Of Course, I can see the day when I may need another cabinet....But for now, this is just great.
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I'm Diana's sister and just wanted to comment on some of your questions. I intended this for mostly 1/4 yard to 1-1/2 yard pieces and I cut the hangers from the folders, leaving about an inch or so of folder, seems to stabilize the hanger. I've hung 3 and 4 identical fat quarters on the same folder hanger with no problems. For the larger pieces you have to get a little creative with your folding to get them to hang well, but it's worth the effort. As for pieces that have been cut and scraps, you could handle those a couple of ways. Leave some folders intact and you can drop small pieces in the folder, Or you can drop small pieces into ziploc bags and they can be pinned, paper clipped or stapled to the hangers. Do check a local used office furniture store, or Craig's List for inexpensive sources for your folders. I found them for a nickel a piece, and once I cut the folder off, I've got two hangers. It's nice to be recycling to.
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