48 Replies to “Fabric storage tip for your sewing room space”

  1. This is a great idea. Especially to help remember what fabric I already have. I am drawn to yellows and blues. It is good to visually see that I need more of other colors -like orange. Thanks for the idea and the tutorial.

  2. Very good video. I buy coroplast in 4 x 8 ft. Sheets and cut them to size. Organization is the key. Love your samples by the way.

  3. You're a genious! and your craftroom looks AMAZING! I wish you could come have coffee with me and help wrap about 30 years worth of stash!

  4. Ooooooweeee😊 Gurl'
    Totally Lovin the Post Office Box Tip*
    If it wasn't Friday I would run out 2 the Post Office 2morrow*
    But it is* & the Post Office closes at Noon'
    & I'm pretty much gonna spend my weekend in Pajamas!
    But come Monday morning I'm gonna get 2 the Post Office & grab myself
    1 or 2 or 3 or 4! LoL
    Thanks Queen 4 Sharing!
    Be Blessed!

  5. Thank you very much. My fabric was folded on shelves and ran out of room. I've taken your instructions and can't believe how much space I have now.

  6. Thank you, thank you.  Started doing this a little, but got some more fabric & it got out of control.  They sell specific boards for fabric but could not find them.  Anyway they seem a bit pricy.  This is a great idea, now get to do it.

  7. Great idea. I love it. I live in Canada and unfortunately Canada Post doesn't give away boxes for free but there are solutions to that hiccup. I love your sewing room! I can only dream of that much available space. 😒

  8. Great video! I save boxes too. But dang, last week thought 'why am I saving these?" and threw them all out! If only I saw this first! Wish I had your room. I had to convert a bedroom closet for storage. So, this should help tons. Thanks again!!!!

  9. You can find many boxes besides using boxes that the USPS gives us for shipping. I think this is wrong. Please don't encourage people to do this. Those boxes are given to help us ship!    Your ideas are great but please use other boxes….you can get them anywhere. Thank you.

  10. I know this is an older video but oh my gosh!!! This is sooo awesome! I did this to all of my fabric and then I put them all in rainbow color order!!! They look sooo amazing!! Thank you SEW much for the wonderful ideas.

  11. Great idea! I'm gonna try this! Very resourceful! You have a lovely and organized sewing room.

  12. Now I know what to do with all my boxes that collected from the holidays. I have been collecting empty boards from fabric stores. Thanks. Elsie

  13. Mental inventory of what you have is exactly what I need!! I hate buying fabric only to come home look at my stash and see I already had the same fabric. Grrrrr. On to shelf building

  14. Thank you for the great tips on storing fabric.  I never thought to go ask the fabric shops for the inside cards they throw out.  all
    enthused to sort out my sewing room now 🙂

  15. Thank you, Wendy. Love this box n folding tip. You are amazing. This will help me immensely! Thanks💕.
    I'm one of your newer subscribers. Sew happy to have found you!!

  16. I was sooo inspired by this video! It's working well and looks so neat and organized. Since I'm ALSO an office supply junky…I made sheets of labels to adhere to the panels. The labels just have: Yardage: Washed: _____Yes ____No Notes:
    This is it. The labels can easily be removed from the top of the panel & the yardage updated as used. I've been measuring the fabric as I put it on each panel…as long as I had to unfold and refold anyway…it's been working well. Thanks for the inspiration!

  17. Hello !! I like your idea of recycling cardboard boxes.
    I have a question.
    Where to buy wholesale fabric?.
    Because I see you have large rolls of fabric

  18. I love this idea! I'm going to do this too! I just have to figure out where to store them…. I have a tiny space, but this seems to me like it will save space .

  19. Awesome tip. so glad I ran across your video. Just to think I purchased some boards years ago (still have not organized)  and I could have been using free boxes.

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