Fabric, fabric everywhere! If you’re anything like us, you probably have glorious amounts of fabric in just about every nook of your sewing room!

We have found an awesome how-to guide for storing all your fabric in neat and organized ways, thanks to the amazing people at All People Quilt!

Efficient and Resourceful!

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We really love this idea: utilizing space under a table for extra storage! Why let all that useless room go to waste, right?  The wire baskets are a great touch so that you can see exactly what is in that basket and keep things color coordinated!

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Another great way to organize your fabric is by using an old office cabinet. It can shift into a creative storage space fairly easy and still has the ability to keep everything together and organized!

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Some of us aren’t neat freaks and have no problem storing our fabric scraps in a catch-all type container like the one pictured above. The idea of using a pair of pull-out garbage cans is really great, as it allows you to store small pieces in one side and the larger pieces in the other! Just remember to clean them out every few weeks so that you don’t miss any of those pieces for a project!

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What about all those little odds and ends we always seem to have lying around, like buttons, ribbon, needles, and so on? We love this idea of using food storage containers as a way of organizing those little things into one central location. The containers make it easy to stack your goodies on shelves or in closets and still have the ability to see exactly what’s in them! Great idea!

The Possibilities are Endless!

For more fun and creative fabric storing ideas, jump over to AllPeopleQuilt.com and browse around! They have some really great stuff!


For the love of a clean home!

Jones Sew & Vac Team