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Sewforever Quilt Storage

by Becky Campbell
(Columbus, Ohio)

Quilts hung with Sewforever Quilt Storage Bags and Straps<br /><br />(Click on the thumbnails below for a larger picture.)<br /><br />

Quilts hung with Sewforever Quilt Storage Bags and Straps

(Click on the thumbnails below for a larger picture.)

Quilts hung with Sewforever Quilt Storage Bags and Straps<br /><br />(Click on the thumbnails below for a larger picture.)<br /><br />
Quilts hung with Sewforever Straps<br /><br />(Click on the thumbnails below for a larger picture.)<br /><br />

Sewforever Quilt Storage Products provide an excellent way to safely store your quilts. Sewforever Quilt Storage Products are made of Tyvek, an archival, breathable, water and tear resistant product.

Roll your quilt to prevent fold lines and slip it into the Sewforever quilt storage bag. Then fold over the open end to Velco it shut.

Your quilts are now protected from dust, moisture and sunlight. You can store them where you have space, under a bed, sofa or order the Sewforever Quilt Storage straps that hang over a horizontal pole and hold up to 5 quilts.

The storage bags come in 5 handy sizes...

SizeLength x Diameter
King105" x 20"
Queen90" x 20"
Twin78" x 20"
Baby38" x 15"
Art28" x 15"


...and range in price from $8.00 to $15.00 each. Custom sizes are also available upon request.

Just label the sleeves (I use Avery Name Badge labels) and you'll never have to search for a quilt again.

Protect all the love and hours of work you invested in your quilts. Store your quilts in Sewforever Quilt Storage Products.

For more detail and ordering information, please visit:

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Feb 20, 2011
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If Only...
by: Julie

These would have come in handy.

I was at my quilt guild, Pride of the Prairie, this last week. The presenter, Carrie Szumski (a quilt scene investigator) was a collector of old quilts and she showed one with a large yellow stain on it.

She then proceeded to tell us that the quilt had been just fine...no spot...until she had stacked another on top of it. Nothing was wet. But the other quilt leached stains onto both quilts it was touching in the the stack of quilts.

What a shame! Your product would have saved her the heartbreak!

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