I am on a mission – a mission to get my fabric stash re-organized. You know me, I just spent the past way-too-many years working as a paralegal, so I can’t help but be an organized person.
I do have to admit I have let my fabric stash go a little wild, well, okay, maybe just not organized enough for my preference. I think it has been more fun to just enjoy spending time in my sewing room and not worry about my how my stash is organized.
After spending a recent weekend with a good sewing friend, I discovered great fabrics I didn’t even know I owned. Hmm, we decided it was time for me to organize my fabric stash.
I bought some new storage bins.
Now I have drawers for solid fabrics and solid scraps.
A drawer for special fabrics like voile and flannel.
A drawer for novelty fabrics.
A bin for Christmas fabrics and a bin for Christmas scraps.
I spent a little time lately making some new storage cubes.
I even have some fabric buckets with bling to store snippets, trimmings, and tools!
I also have a stylish place to store my snippets (very small scraps) for a future ticker tape quilt.
I still need to take the time to organized the rest of my fabrics, which I will probably do by color.
I’m happy for now to have at least taken inventory and re-learn what’s actually in my stash.