Ideas for Storing Rulers and Templates
"I put specialty rulers in labeled hanging folders in a plastic tote meant for scrapbooking paper." – Shirley R.
"On a wooden slatted board for everyday used rulers and a drawer for ones I use occasionally. The wooden board sits on my cutting table." – Donna D.
"In the top drawer of my cutting table." – Robin B.
"Command hooks on my wall! I think I might need more hooks pretty soon." – Edwina B.
"Always up for recycling. I am using Styrofoam that was packing my laptop. It has slits that work nicely. I have four next to each other on a shelf, so I can put taller ones in between and shorter in the slits." – Sharon H.
"Everyday ones go on 3M hooks on the wall. The specialty rulers go on a shelf with their instruction sheets in plastic folders." – Kathy D.
"I use a rack meant for pan lids. It works for larger rulers and die cutter dies and mats. I have a small slotted wood one for smaller and special rulers." – Laurel K.
"I am supposed to store them? I keep them on my table ready to use!" – Sara U.
"The ones I used regularly are on my cutting table. The others are hanging from nails in the closet in my sewing room." – Debra K.
"Someplace under a half-done project, so even I can't find them!" – Maggie B.
"On a pegboard on the wall behind my machine." – Ann W.
"Under the lift-up seat of my sewing chair." – Natalie S.
"I store mine in a metal file holder that sits on a desk." – Tina S.
"I have a 3x30" photo shelf hanging in my sewing room. I stand my cutting rulers on it. Very handy." – Jeannie
"Nearby on hangers, in a special box, or free standing depending on the sizes and shapes." – Becky C.
"On a belt ring hanger." – Susan K.