I recently reorganized my fabric stash and craft books (my husband gave me two more rooms in the basement for my art studio & my non-sewing crafts...he's so generous...plus he wanted to discourage our adult children from moving back in...ha ha!). I must not have too much fabric after all, as I discovered that with the reorganization, I still have more room and opened up several shelves and an additional cabinet. But I'm working this year on making projects out of the fabric I already have as much as possible. As you can see from the pictures below...I do have a generous supply to choose from for both new and unfinished projects. The last picture is the only shelf that is actually in my sewing space...my husband has custom built furniture for me in the rustic style that I love...I'm still working on getting the room just the way I want it then I'll take pictures of it for everyone. The whites, teals, pinks, and oranges are all in kitchen style cabinets in the laundry room...I'm trying to decide on whether to take off the doors, paint quilting patterns or deco-podge quilt patterns on the doors. The blues & greens are in my grandmother's hutch which is also in the laundry room. Meanwhile the reds, blacks and bali fabrics are on a bookshelf that fits perfectly at the end of the hall between the two new studio rooms. All this reorganization has also created the free space to create a permanent design wall...I'm so excited.