For a few years, when I still lived in British Columbia, my stash building was quite extensive, with parcels arriving regularly.
And at some point, major re-organizing was required, so I could get easy access to all of my fabrics, after I moved to Nova Scotia to live off-grid in a forest.
This house is pretty small, and the only other storage is the garage.
I re-discovered the Fabric Collecting & Storage Ideas page on my site yesterday, where I wrote about my organizing process, including moving the collection over to clear plastic boxes.
Side Note: After 8 years of my fabrics living in these plastic boxes, in the garage, through all the winters, I'm happy to tell you my fabrics are still lovely and fresh!
[This picture is from a few years ago - when I lived on the Bay of Fundy for one winter, and brought some of my collection with me.]
Of course it occasionally happens that I have to wait for their nap to be over, so I can dig into the bucket on the bottom of the stack. :)
And some fun extras...
I also include these printable blank labels for you to request, for your own fabric organizing.
And there's a Printable Fat Quarter Star how-to for you to request, too.
|Jacquard Free Quilt Pattern|
Made with fabrics from many different companies, I offered this Jacquard quilt pattern, which is still available online here.
Happy Fabric Organizing!