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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

15 Sewing Room Organizing Ideas!

I LOVE organizing things but sometimes I organize "so well" I can't find things later. These 15 ideas will help you stay get it together and HOPEFULLY not forget. :D 
Away we go!

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1. Try this fabric stash organization with plans and instructions via Sew at home Mummy. I already asked Husband to do this for me. LOL

2. This tutorial shows you how to make a framed peg board - perfect to hold sewing tools! 

3. This blog post by One Crazy House shows you 15 ways to make an ironing station, for all spaces small to big.

4. Easy peasy thread rack DIY by Creative Little Daisy.

5. The Girl Inspired keeps her fabric like this, wrapped around these cardboard type cards available here.

6. Sorry no link for this one, but the photo is self explanatory! Hook those acrylic rulers and keep them in order.

7. Fit these little boxes in drawers to keep tiny things organized, like safety pins, buttons, measuring tapes, clips, etc...

8. This post by Buttons Galore has a few different ideas for storing buttons. I personally love buttons being sorted by color! It's like looking at candy.

9. The organizer caddy in a drawer idea works. They can be found at the Container Store here.

10. This post by Sew Fearless describes a method for storing sewing patterns.

11. I enjoy reading The Krazy Coupon Lady's blog for her collection of out-of-the-box ideas. Organize your ribbon spools once and for all!

12. No link but self explanatory again. Thanks Pinterest!

13. Pin Sew Press has this great idea using old office file thingys for acrylic rulers. Genius!

14. Zipper storage by A Time for Everything. She explains how she made this, think what you might convert to do your version. 

15. Re-purpose older furniture like Maple and Magnolia. A quick coat of paint and you have a beautiful piece to showcase your favorite things. No tutorial but you get the idea!

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ishhu said...

My sewing space has changed often throughout the years, but it's always had to be the location of a minimum of some storage. Storage should are arranged in order that those items that I used least were most distant and harder to urge to. the things that I reached for more often, should are within distance. that did not always happen and that I had to be taught that lesson over and over. A proper and adequate storage solution may be a very difficult balance for it sometimes came at the expense of the particular sewing space.
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