Fair warning, this project is not
for the faint of heart.
ORGANIZING your fabric.
I saw this idea on Pinterest and
thought I would start one shelf at a time.
Well, that didn't work.....
It's like eating just one potato chip!
I used over 300 comic book boards.
Love the finished look.
My own little quilt shop.
I organized my "odds & ends",
backings, and fat quarters using
plastic storage containers.
I'm giving 4 bags of
"What the heck was I thinking"
fabrics to charity.
How I store my WIP
(works in progress)
The vinyl bags are sold for fat quarter storage.
JoAnn's had them on clearance
and I bought several.
(Like all they had). LOL
It makes taking projects to retreats,
and Sew Days so convenient.
Keeps everything you need
for the project together.
My reward for all this hard work is
a weekend with the girls.
Going to Kalona Iowa
for a Quilt History meeting.
I've gone the last 3 years
and love this group.
There are 19 quilt shops on the way.
How many do you think we'll hit?
I still have a little space left on my shelves.
Here is my fabric case closed.
I purchased these at Farm & Fleet.
Made by Sauder (do it yourself) cheap.
Hope your having a great week.