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Are you a quilter or maybe have someone in your life who quilts? Here’s the perfect way to store flat measuring tools. Cut a block of wood 14 inches long, 5 inches wide and 4 inches deep, then slice in a series of grooves lengthwise spaced approximately 5/8 of an inch apart. These grooves are one table saw blade in width and 3 inches deep. This will leave an inch of solid wood below to provide stability and substance.

This may be one of the least complicated projects you’ve ever done. It may also turn out to be one of the most useful.

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