Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions to get more organized?  Specifically, to get your out of control fabric stash more organized?  You’re in luck because I’ve searched Pinterest and the internet to find some of the most clever and attractive fabric storage solution ideas.  Hopefully one of these fabulous ideas will work for you and help you get your fabric organized in the new year.  Once you know where to find everything you’ll be able to  spend more time sewing and less time searching!

20+ Ways to Organize Your Fabric

Use Fairfield World’s rigid Design Foam to copy this fabric storage idea from Home and Away.

Pleasant Home used bins from Target to create pretty color coordinated storage for her quilt remnants.

This idea from All People Quilt would be a great way to store Oly*Fun Fabric.

I love the way Jenny AllSorts turned a buffet hutch into color coded fabric storage.

Craftsy has a fun roundup post with SIX ways to organize your fabric.

Everything Etsy also has a post with links to 20+ ideas for organizing your fabric and your sewing room.

Dollar Store Crafts shares a simple idea for organizing your fabric in a file cabinet.

The Coletterie shares a beautiful system that involves using stash tags, and they even offer free downloadable tags that you can use.

Family Ever After shares an organizational idea using shelves, and also has free printables for you to use.

Georigia Peachez designed a gorgeous cutting table that doubles as storage.  You have to see this!

Smashed Peas an Carrots devised a clever system using comic book boards.

This clever solution repurposes old DVD towers!

Tonya Staab came up with the genius idea of turning old cassette holders into fabric remnant storage.

I like the way Being Brooke turned Ikea toy storage into a fabric control solution.  This post has lots of other great sewing room organizational ideas, too.

How do you organize your fabric stash?


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