Or at least it seems that way when you live in a small condo.
Most of the time I sew with nontraditional fabrics such as upholstery fabric, velvet, tulle, and plush fleece and they are more difficult to store than traditional cotton quilting and apparel weight fabrics because, even their scraps require much more space!
12 of the Best Ways to Store Non Traditional FabricAfter spit balling fabric organizing ideas with my costumer friend and coming up short, I turned to the Internet. I found a bunch of small space fabric ideas to add to my ever growing To Do List and thought I’d share.
Ready? Set. Organize!
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My Fabric Dresser – Super Mom No Cape
Under the Bed Wheeled Storage Footlocker – The best solution to keep fabric from fading and dust free.
Laundry Basket Fabric Storage – A Bee in My Bonnet This would work for a variety of fabric types and yardage
Over the Door Cascading Pants Hanger – Hang your folded fabric on the rack and put the unused back of a door to good use!
Fabric Storage Tubes – Newton Custom Interiors
IKEA Studio Space Hack – Barri J Designs
Sliding Shelf Fabric Storage – Smile Like You Mean It
Bankers Box Liberty Check and Form Boxes – I use one for under bed fabric storage
Janery Studio Update: Nice Rack – A Borrowed Abode - you could build this rack to hold 45 inch or 60 inch wide fabric too.
Fabric Storage Shelves – Maureen Cracknell Handmade
Wrapping Paper Storage Box – I removed the inserts from mine and use it to eek out a little more fabric storage space under my bed.
How do you store fabric?
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