Is Seville Classics good or what? My grids. connectors, shelf holders, and wheels showed up this afternoon. I've already got three sets of wheels and another layer of cubes on the three by two grid in the previous photos.
Of course, I ended up dumping at least half of that precious hand-painted yarn all over the floor, but at least it's a clean floor, having just been mopped. Actually, all that colorful yarn, all over the white tile floor, looks pretty good.
My trusty tape measure (always get the widest metal tape measure you can, because the wider it is the more of the blade will stick out unsupported and the further you can stand away from what you're measuring) and I have been checking the grid system and the closet quite carefully. It appears that the closet shelf support is exactly in the middle of the wall, dividing a 60-in. wall. And it also appears that two cubes are 30 in. wide (three are 45 in.), so either I can leave out the center cube on a fourth row and put the grid right up against the back wall and an inch or so from the side wall or I can put three cubes in the fourth row and put the grid system a little out from the back wall. Either way the door will still open and close.
Decisions, decisions. I'll probably go with the three-wide top row to get more stability and a little more shelf space. Once I decide and finish putting the yarn in the unit, I'll wheel it out into the hall, pull everything out of the closet, put the yarn unit in, and start pulling my hair out trying to organize all the beadwork stuff.
This is definitely one of those projects it's more fun to watch than to do.