One Woman’s Junk…

June 28, 2010 in General, Tips & Tricks

… is another’s stabilizer storage solution!

Do you hate all the rolls of stabilizer you have lying around, getting squashed or coming undone? While estate sale shopping I ran across an old wooden wine rack and the light bulb went off — this would be perfect to store stabilizer!

I purchased the old rack for a few bucks, took it home, and painted it a lively color to match my sewing room and viola — organized stabilizer is here!

I was able to hang the rack right next to my cutting and hoopping area, so it’s handy every time I need it. Now my wall looks great, my stabilizers aren’t a mess and I got back some much needed drawer space.

What interesting ways have you found to organize your sewing area?

1 response to One Woman’s Junk…

  1. What a FABULOUS idea! I have mine just stuffed in a plastic drawer with all of my interfacing right now. It’s a jumbled mess, especially when I’m busy! It would also be great storage for fat quarters or small remnants, wouldn’t it?

    I’m always on the lookout for a way to store spools of ribbon. I have about 60 large spools and 60 small spools. I’ve seen several storage systems, but nothing is good for the large rolls. Any ideas?


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