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16. August 2012 11:58
by tbev

5 Fabulous Ways To Organize Your Fabric

16. August 2012 11:58 by tbev | 4 Comments

When it comes to your home supply of fabrics, are you blissfully organized or a hot mess? I love these five ideas for organizing fabrics in your home. Check them out:

1. Tiered hangers are a genius way to have easy access to your fabrics and utilize closet space.

2. These Fabric Organizers are so clever and a perfect for small or large quantities and they come in several different sizes. Just think, your craft room can look like a fabric store! (Swoon!)

3. Modern office supplies like these labeled wire trays make a striking display, especially when fabrics are organized by color. 

4. Why not file your fabric? Simple file folder dividers make a perfect hanging rack for your fabrics. They'll be right at your fingertips whenever you need them.

5. My favorite idea for storing scraps is in mason jars organized by color! Not only can you see what you have at a glance, they make a darling display.

What are your favorite fabric organization ideas? Share your thoughts in the comments section!

By the way, I found all these ideas and images on Pinterest. Are you pinning yet? Follow me and I'll follow you too!

Comments (4) -

Jenn Graves

loving the file hanging fabric organization idea.  Thanks for posting.

Rene' Harmon

I thought I was pretty cool with my drying rack. I use it to keep my fabrics organized for the nap mats...but I LOVE the 1st one, pant hangers, I think....that would take up way less space.  Great idea.


I used to get bare bolt boards from fabric stores, particularly the skinny ones, on which to wrap my fabric. This was before the commercial plastic ones had come on the market.   I had a room full of fabric - very nearly my own fabric store at home. It certainly does keep everything in view and available!  


I LOVE these ideas, so simple and easy that I want to do them all!. The closet hanging, how come I couldnt see this, the use of the mason jars, of which I have alot. Cant wait to begin using these.  THanks for sharing.