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Thread: My Favorite Sewing Rm Organizers

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    The 3 most important words in a sewing room are-
    Organization!
    Organization!
    Organization!
    Not sure about the cubbyhole baskets, pulling them down everytime you need something. (?)
    Not being able to see whats in them. (?)
    As long as it works for you, happy quilting!

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    You really made good use of a smaller space.

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    You go girl. When I'm back home I think you need to come help me get BETTER organized. You are good. Thank you for sharing.

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    you are so well organized. super job.

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    Well aren't you the innovative one. J J

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    How can tell know what is in each box? are they color coded? I would go crazy looking for things, I have clear stacking shelves and wire basket racks from Joann's, walmart and IKEA. and two large glass sliding door cabinest with wood shelves (adjustable) 76" by 68" from IKEA. you can stack about 12 to 15 fabrc's on each shelf and there are a total of three rows of fabric on each shelf and 5 shelves per unit. I have about 2,000+ yards of fabric in the two of them then I used 2 pantry or clothing cabinets from IKEA (on sale for 29.00) and took the doors off them and nailed them on the back for support and that is where I have about 90 bolts of batik fabrics. I have only one wall that I could use to hang things and that is behind my quilter. I have converted my large two car garage into my quilting room, no roomin the house was big enough to hold the quilter set up. I wish I had a bigger space and had it organized better. so I love to hear and see everyone else's, gives me hope to do better... thanks for sharing. pw6

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    Looks like it brightens up your sewing space too with all the color!! Very inspiring.....My sister uses one of those racks in a closet too! Have fun!

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    Great use of space! Good thinking! LOL

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    great room
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    Looks very beautiful and all so easy to locate.

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