Organize unruly quilting notions, tools, fabric, and more in your sewing room with these handy storage ideas.
What: The Florie sewing cabinet, the newest addition to the Arrow line, is made from sturdy resin wicker in either pistachio green or white. Its 23-3/4x12-3/8" opening can accommodate most major sewing machine models up to 45 pounds. If you’re not sewing and need hobby space, remove your machine from the well and raise the well level with the tabletop for an expansive work surface
Why: This sewing cabinet is sure to add both style and storage space to your sewing room. See a close-up shot of the shelf. 
For more info: arrowcabinets.com 
What: Creative Space Sewing Boxes from Anna Maria Horner are perfect for those who love her bold and beautiful fabric designs. The 10-1/2x10-1/2x5” storage containers are available in two prints; a fabric-covered button and elastic loop secure the lid
Why: These handy boxes have divided compartments, making them convenient for stowing handwork supplies or small notions.
For more info: annamariahorner.com 
What: The Yazzii Crafters Basket has 14 exterior pockets and four interior pockets for your rotary cutter, scissors, thread ripper, and other tools and notions. Click here to see inside the basket. 
Why: Place the basket near your sewing machine for easy access of these items or use it as a caddy when you go to retreats.
What: Soft, pliable mesh storage bags that close with snaps come in five sizes.
Why: Use the smaller pouches to store threads and embellishments and the larger ones to corral materials for small projects.
For more info: suespargo.com 
What: Fabric Organizers, available in small and large sizes, are fabric-safe boards suitable for holding a wrapped fabric piece. The boards have tabs that hold the initial end of the fabric piece in place as you wrap.
Why: Wrapping fabric around a board for storage eliminates hard-to-press creases. The boards are sized to neatly stack your wrapped fabric on a shelf or in a storage container.
For More Info: thefabricorganizer.com 
What: Follow the Fused and Folded Boxes pattern by Aunties Two Patterns to make sturdy magazine holders and storage boxes for your sewing room. All you need is stiff, double-sided fusible interfacing, such as Inn-Spire Plus.
Why: Enhance your sewing room decor storage units created from your favorite fabrics.
For more info: auntiestwo.com 
What: Use the My Sewing Room Pattern by Heart to Hand to appliqué wool shapes on a cotton background. Pockets make this wall hanging both decorative and storage-packed.
Why: Take advantage of wall space for storage.
For more info: hearttohand.com  
What: The Quilters Magnetic Ruler Board from Frank A. Edmunds Co. contains slots for rulers, pegs for thread, and a magnet for scissors and needles.
Why: Keep your go-to quilting supplies in one spot.
For more info: faedmunds.com 
What: This 8-1/2x11” three-ring canvas notebook from Canvas Corp contains 15 clear sheet protectors, four clear pocket sample protectors, one zipper pocket, one business car holder, two pocket folders, twelve swatch cards, and space for notes and contacts.
Why: Use this handy tool to keep tear sheets, fabric swatches, furniture plans, and other information organized as you decorate your sewing room or other rooms in your home.
For more info: canvascorp.com 
What: The Office/Studio Room Spacing Kit from Canvas Corp contains graph paper, cardstock, a design board, a mounting board, a 1/4"-scale ruler, and more than 250 repositionable furniture and accessory stickers.
Why: Maximize your sewing studio by planning the best use of space.
For more info: canvascorp.com 
What: The Complete Sewing Cabinet from Olde English Sewing Furniture is handcrafted from solid pine and available in multiple finishes. It has an upper cabinet with two shelves, a lower cabinet with five large bins, a fold-out table with a sewing machine box, side shelves with various bins, and doors packed with storage.
Why: No sewing room? No problem. The table of this handcrafted work station folds up when not in use, so you can keep this cabinet in another room of your house.
For more info: avdm.com  
What: The envelope-style Colonial Machine NeedlePack’s labeled slots keep gently used needles organized by type and size.
Why: Use the included pin to identify the needle currently in your machine. Store up to 12 needle cases in the clear plastic slots.
For more info: colonialneedle.com 
What: A convenient case from Bluefig, now available in red, purple, pink, and lime, has a felt needle holder, see-through thread and accessory pouches, a spot for a needle threader, and a slot for scissors. See the inside of the binding kit. Why: Save time by storing all your binding supplies in one spot.
For more info: bluefig.net 
What: At 15-1/4x14x6-1/2” inches, ArtBin’s Super Satchel Double Deep is ideal for storing precut fabrics. Arrange the dividers to form up to eight compartments. It is also available in purple, pink, and green.
Why: The deep compartments allow for easy storage of larger, bulkier supplies.
For more info: artbin.com 
What: The vinyl-covered wire GO! Die Storage Rack from Accuquilt corrals up to eight dies and mats upright to avoid scratches, creases, and warping.
Why: The GO! Die Storage Rack also makes a great storage solution for rotary-cutting mats and rulers.
For more info: accuquilt.com 
What: The Sort ’n Store for Hand Sewing Needles by Nancy Zieman is a fresh update to the standard pincushion.
Why: Six labeled sections—appliqué, crewel, betweens, sharps, chenille, and beading—keep needles in order.
For more info: clover-usa.com 
What: Sewing on the go? Carry your quilting and sewing notions in the fashionable Notions Bag from Bluefig. See the inside of the bag. 
Why: Convenient design allows for easy storage and quick access to your notions in the clear, zippered pockets. Inserts available for even more storage!
For more info: bluefig.net 
What: Whip up one of these handy storage totes to give often used tools and notions a home near your sewing machine or cutting table.
Why: Choose fabrics to coordinate with your sewing studio decor.
For more info: atkinsondesigns.com 
Photo courtesy of Atkinson Designs.
What: Assemble your own padded box to hold needles, pins, and thimbles: The kit includes the matboard templates and instructions. You supply the fabric, batting, and notions.Why: Avoid searching for needles in a haystack—or on your sewing room floor—for good. See how the sides fold up into a compact box. 
For more info and styles: needleboxesetc.com 
What: This chair-height portable ironing board has two layers of batting and provides a 20x24” ironing surface.
Why: Short on storage space? The lightweight table folds up, making it easy to store and to take with you on retreats.
What: Construct storage bins from canvas, twill, or linen, and add decorative flair with an embroidered pocket.
Why: Measuring 9-1/2x9-1/2x8-1/2”, the finished bins are the perfect size for storing folded fabric, precuts, or patterns.
For more info: hemmadesign.com 
Photo courtesy of Hemma Design.
What: This sewing cabinet includes an opening for your sewing machine, three drawers, and two adjustable shelves.
Why: The table leaf folds down and the side work surfaces fold in to create a streamlined cabinet that you can easily store when not in use. Left and right side extensions (pictured) can be added for additional storage space.
Price: $2,299 to $3,333
For more info: sewingandcraftclub.com 
Photo courtesy of Koala.
What: This handy organizer is equipped with 24 loops to keep your stash of embroidery thread in order. Pockets and built-in pincushions are perfect for corralling your other hand embroidery supplies.
Why: Whether you’re stitching at home or on the go, this handy tote keeps everything dust-free and untangled.
For more info: yazzii.com 
What: This 54-1/2x72” design wall rolls up and down like a classroom-style map.
Why: Company coming? Conceal the design wall in the 5-1/2” deep wooden shelf without disturbing your blocks. (The flannel is backed with vinyl.) See a photo of the hidden design wall. 
Price: $139.95 to $169.95; available in chocolate (pictured), honey, or unfinished styles
For more info: vanishingdesignwall.com 
Photo courtesy of Yazzii.
What: Stow a compact sewing machine in the 17-1/2x12x17” detachable top compartment, and stash fabric, notions, and other tools in the bottom one.
Why: This super-size tote makes hauling supplies easy, and it keeps your machine dust-free when not in use.
For more info: creativeoptionscrafts.com 
What: The 30-Spool Thread Rack from June Tailor contains spindles spaced perfectly for standard-size thread spools.
Why: Enjoy easy access to your most often used threads and relish the beautiful eye candy.
For more info: junetailor.com 
What: The 6-foot-tall, metal-frame rack keeps patterns, fat quarters, and notions within reach. The basic model comes with 120 clips and three rotating rings that can be placed anywhere on the pole.
Why: If you’re more likely to use supplies if you can see them, this is the storage solution for you.
Price: $230; additional rings, clips, and bags (as shown in photo) sold separately
For more info: clipitup.com 
Photo courtesy of Simply Renee.