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Clear your work table by storing commonly used sewing supplies in a hanging organizer that can be customized to fit your space!...

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Discover your organizing personality! Family-Oriented Fran doesn’t see the abundance of items around her as clutter but as her best friends. Because she is sentimental and emotionally attached to...

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The beginning of the year is the perfect time to get organized! On our second episode of Get Organized, sponsored by Janome, ...

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Store your small sewing tools in a cute carrier. Simply grab it when you're traveling to a quilt retreat or taking a mini project on the go....

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Discover your organizing personality! Organized Olivia is the least cluttered of the four personality types. For an organized person like Olivia to succeed, she needs to know exactly what she...

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Store notions and gadgets in a quick-to-stitch sewing station caddy. Get the pattern here.

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Corral your small sewing tools in a quick-to-sew carrier. Fabrics are from the Fire & Ice collection for Moda Fabrics.

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Store notions and gadgets in a quick-to-stitch sewing station caddy. Fabrics are from the Sew Yummy collection by Monica Solorio-Snow for Cloud 9 Fabrics and...

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Discover your organizing personality! Display Donna is generally detached from the abundance of items around her. She doesn’t view them as clutter—they’re just a fact of life. We're sharing the...

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January is the perfect time to get organized! On our first episode of Get Organized, sponsored by Janome, Northcott, and...

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Keep your home neat and tidy with a stylish fabric bin you can sew to coordinate with your decor! Get the...

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Discover your organizing personality! Make-It-All Martha views clutter and disorganization as the enemy. But she’s moving so fast she doesn’t have time to deal with it! We're sharing the best tips...

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To make the most of the space in my sewing room, I keep my batting scraps in vacuum-seal storage bags. —Teresa Allison   Share...
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I organize 2-1⁄2-inch-wide fabric strips by color on pants hangers that have multiple rungs. The strips hang neatly and are easy to access when...
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I roll up and display fabrics in a wine rack that’s mounted on a wall in my sewing room. It’s great out-of-the-way storage, and it adds...
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To store block or appliqué pieces, I place them on 12-inch squares of batting, then stack the batting squares and stash the stacks in plastic...
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In order to keep together the different colors of perle cotton needed for a project, I put a ziplock plastic bag to use. I make a horizontal row of...
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When I found a discarded shutter, I realized it could help me organize rulers, patterns, and more in my sewing room. I attached the 18"-wide...
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Keeping your sewing supplies organized (especially large or bulky rulers and templates) is hard! We asked our Facebook readers how they store theirs and compiled their answers here. They might...

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I use a pedicure toe separator to store my bobbins. The bobbins stay wound and I can see the color of the thread. —Beth Christopher...
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Before storing a leftover piece of batting, I measure it, write the measurements on a small piece of paper, and staple the paper to a corner of the...
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I join a thread spool and its matching bobbin with a twist tie. Then I don’t have to guess (especially with close colors) which bobbin goes...
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I use a flatware divider to store often-used items next to my sewing machine. That way, they’re always at my fingertips and they don’t...
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Because photo storage boxes have space for a label, I use them to store trims, zippers, and sewing-machine attachments. —Linda Alexander...
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I use a gift-wrapping unit to organize my stabilizers. —Penny Abbott   Share your tips for a chance to be featured: E-mail...

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