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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    This photo has brought me so much happiness! A perfect cutlery drawer. 😊
    you've obviously missed my pic. see the neat, parallel stacking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    you've obviously missed my pic. see the neat, parallel stacking?
    If only you'd applied your parallel stacking in the correct order. 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    If only you'd applied your parallel stacking in the correct order. 😜
    😝😛😂

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    Ours is big spoons, forks, butter knives, steak knives (which also has our peeler and measuring spoons).
    Front we used to have teaspoons but since having kids we have a "fancy" organiser and now that section has the kids cutlery. Then we have a top sliding organiser which has teaspoons and then a compartments for syringes and another for little cocktail forks (my kids are crazy obsessed with them.

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    My little spoons are at the back not front.. Now im thinking of turning it around.. Makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
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    Just for you @harvs spoons up the wrong way!

    And for you @munchkin275 with love :P
    No just no no no!

    Sent from my GT-I9507 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    Attachment 73810ok move over everyone. the thread may now be closed 😛
    Beautiful, but the wrong way around 😋
    Spoons go between knives and forks, just like you set a table (dessert spoon goes inside the knife because you eat dessert after dinner).

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    Default Fluff- how is your Cutlery draw organised?

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    As you can see, the little picture indicates forks on the left spoons in the middle and teaspoons in the back. You're welcome. 😝

    Eta: the knives have to face in both directions to enable the drawer to close.☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    Attachment 73810ok move over everyone. the thread may now be closed 😛
    I take your perfectly manicured cutlery drawer and raise you my meticulously fine tuned drawer, complete with an incomplete and broken off drawer front..

    Eta: you don't wanna see what's under the top layer. Trust me!
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    Here it is anyway.

    Dessert spoons, forks, knives, stuff and then small spoons in the front with bits and pieces on top.
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