Appliqué Storage

Love of Quilting - March/April 2004
A great way to store small pieces cut for appliqué is on layers of flannel-backed vinyl. Cut a vinyl tablecloth in pieces the right size for a pizza box or other storage container. Place appliqués on the flannel side of the squares and stack them up.
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pizza box storage tip
great idea My kids paint the front side of box with the predominate color of the quilt blocks inside Then I can pick those blocks out from the stack easily Cheers Marietza
Pizza Boxes
You can purchase pizza boxes at most restaurant supply stores (or the next time you get a pizza, ask for an empty box.) They are very inexpensive and make great storage for all kinds of things.
unused pizza boxes
Hi Evonne. I have gone to my local pizzeria and asked for unused boxes. I offered to pay for them but they just gave me four. It helps that we have teenage boys.....lots of time spent there :).
Where does one find pizza boxes that are not 'used' ?
Your applique storage idea could work very well for pieced blocks as well, cutting the pieces out for each block and stack them up. You would be ready to sew a block in a few minutes time, then place the completed block in another pizza box until you have enough for your quilt. I use pizza boxes all the time.

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