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    l've got a 4 cube unit l bought from kmart Australia and 6 of the fabric cube boxes sitting on my quilting table the unit cost me about $20 and it was $6 for 3 fabric cube boxes and l've got some of my stash in them.


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    I saw this new line of MS craft stuff advertised in a magazine about a year ago, but my Home Depot didn't have it when I went looking. I'll have to check back. I love the cubby ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew Perfect View Post
    WOW...Kensy, check out these prices. http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...&storeId=10051 I guess everything is laced in gold?
    IMO, when you buy Martha Stewart stuff you pay for the name. If you have a Big Lots store, check there. Big Lots here has a six cubby unit for $39.95 and a nine cubby unit for $49.95. I've been looking at them because they are a good height to make a cutting table.
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    I will definitely check out Big Lots. Thank you for the suggestion.
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    Is there anyplace that Martha doesn't sell? lol Did you see all the scissors on the wall? Wowsers!



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    She sold through Home Decorators stores for years, which was a St. Louis based company, they sold out to Home Depot. You can still get the stuff from Home Decorators, they come flat packed. They used to have a " scratch and dent" sale several times a year a year at their warehouse, I have so much furniture from them! But no Martha Stewart stuff, yet! I have no space for any more furniture.

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    I found her's again for 44.98 http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2020408...1v&R=202040803

    I had 2 in Hawaii and they went together well and held up to the weight of the fabric and my paints.

    Kat had the ones from Target and were a pain to put together and didn't hold up to weight of her scrapbooking papers and punches without bowing.

    I'd spend the $5 buck more and get the HomeDepot/Martha ones, if you're planning on putting any good amount of weight on the shelves.
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    My cutting table is a hollow core door like she used, but we got it for $5 in the scratch and dent area at Menards. Then my dh built sawhorses to the correct height for me. When I move into my son's room as my sewing room, I am going to switch out the sawhorses for some type of cubbies or other storage - just couldn't find the right height at that time and I was too impatient to keep looking.

    I have to say, I won't spend the extra just for her name or a color. Target looks like a good place to start!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew Perfect View Post
    WOW...Kensy, check out these prices. http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...&storeId=10051 I guess everything is laced in gold?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lisapc View Post
    This is more in line with what I call affordable!

    http://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=s..._storage+cubes
    I Know, I've always thought that Martha stuff was a bit pricey. My daughter did a whole wall in her kids play room with those 9 cube things. Filled with all the different toys to sort in a minute. It turned out really cute, she used all different colors of bins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOffItsMine View Post
    I found her's again for 44.98 http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2020408...1v&R=202040803

    I had 2 in Hawaii and they went together well and held up to the weight of the fabric and my paints.

    Kat had the ones from Target and were a pain to put together and didn't hold up to weight of her scrapbooking papers and punches without bowing.

    I'd spend the $5 buck more and get the HomeDepot/Martha ones, if you're planning on putting any good amount of weight on the shelves.
    Hey, with free shipping, that becomes a great deal.
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