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    Default Re: A clever idea recycling for a quilt display

    Glad to know that I am not alone in stopping and recycling trash into treasures !!! Have gotten a good many useful items that way, but the only crib so far was a vintage 1950 doll crib that DH refurbished into a working crib again for the Great Grands. They love it. Now I need to find a grown up version for us !!!!

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    Last edited by Monique; September 1st, 2015 at 10:23 AM.
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    I LOVE the crib display idea Monique! I still have the baby my children slept in. I can't bear to throw it away, but I couldn't hand it down for the grands since it isn't up to today's safety standards. Thanks for such a creative idea!

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    I wish I had kept the crib we had for the kids.....I hated to get rid of it.
    Using it to display quilts would have been a great idea !

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    Default Re: A clever idea recycling for a quilt display

    so good, must pass it on. TFS

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    You can always look for garage sales too!
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    Default Re: A clever idea recycling for a quilt display

    They are really nice but I just do not have room for a display like that. I want to make something that I could store quilts in and still allow air to get to them. I am the builder in the family so I will have to design something. You don't want my husband near a table saw. He lets the wood go when he gets near the blade. . LOL
    my goal is to be as good a person as my dogs already think I am

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    Default Re: A clever idea recycling for a quilt display

    Quote Originally Posted by redcaboose1717 View Post
    Awesome !!! I really like the stand your DH built.....wish my 3rd generation carpenter DH would do something like this for me ( fat chance )
    I love the crib idea too, I am on the look out for a crib too....hope I find one !
    I am hoping that my daughter does not decide to have another baby. They have 3, and that is plenty. I could use another quilt rack.

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    Default Re: A clever idea recycling for a quilt display

    Well I need to go shopping in my attic. I have the baby crib my 3 kids slept in and it was the crib that my husband and his brother and sister slept in and just couldn't get rid of it for the sentimental value. Just have been thinking what to do with it and now I know. I need a bench for my foyer. Thanks for the posts.

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