I started out with a couple of the clear storage boxes. I have so much now
that I have taken small boxes and cut a large square out of the front of the
box and layered my fabrics in them neatly. This way, you can see all the
colors and types of fabric in the boxes. I did this today as I was cleaning
my mess from this wks work. I still have tons of fabric that is just folded
and stacked on top of my grandmother's old sewing trunk. Almost to the
I only put what I use regularly into boxes like I stated above.
> Mine's quite happy in a shoe box at the moment. I figure that when I fill
> it up I can treat myself to a new pair of shoes! He he, I've also seen
> some really cheap plastic storage crates that would work similar to your
> RCTQ Double Princess of Britain
> > I found a new great way to store my growing stash of fabric! My small
> > was accumulating in grocery sacks stacked on each other and from time to
> > time I have to pick them up off the floor. They were just stacked on a
> > as I dont have a cupboard to put them in yet.
> > I've been using the large kitty litter buckets with the handle for my
> > and for my quilting tools. Finally decided why not fabric! You can put
> > the fabric for the quilt in the bucket (with trash bag if you like) and
> > label the lid with the quilt type or if fabric is not associated with a
> > quilt yet label it with color/theme etc. The buckets stack, you can even
> > cover them with contact paper to make them pretty in the house; the cats
> > mice cant get to them so you can even store them in the garage if you
> > too many! :) Kathy in CA
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