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Saturday, January 5, 2008

This is a pic of my husband and my kitty--lazy butts!!

I found this really great idea on the Primitive Crossroads website. I thought it was worth sharing! Organization is a real problem at my house! I think I'll go garage saling and find something that might work!



It's that time of year again when we start organizing and de-clutterizing.
Try this handy idea by using a dresser when cleaning up your craft room to get your patterns and fabrics organized.
You don't have spend a lot of money. Find a dresser from your local Goodwill or garage sales. It's Ugly? Well, that's o.k. Spruce it up with a coordinating paint color that's in your craft room and change out the knobs.
By using the dresser, you can store your fabrics and patterns vertically in the drawers to get them organized. Save so much time finding them!
You will want to use cardboard to wrap your fabrics around and neatly slide them in side by side. You can organize by colors or patterns. Check your drawer depth to decide how wide to make your cardboard cutouts.
Use this same Idea with your patterns. You can organize them vertically alphabetically or use color coded tape strips on the side of the pattern package to organize by type.( i.e. blue tape: Dolls, yellow tape: clothing )
This is a great start to get your sewing room clutter free.
posted by Shari Kraft @ 4:49 PM  
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