Keeping your fabric in your sewing room can be tricky. There are quite a few different options- shelves, drawers, containers… but in the end if you don’t have a closet to close the door and hide it all, you are left with showing everyone who visits your full fabric collection.
Here’s some new fat quarter storage ideas to keep your fat quarters organized and while totally in sight, it makes the fabric collection look beautiful.
Fabric Organization and Storage Ideas
Check out this beautiful use of a large box storage unit here.
Sterilite drawers are great for storing fat quarters or any kinds of fabric scraps you have. I have used them for years! Check it out here.
An open shelf or pull out drawers can be really quite useful in the sewing room as well.
These clear acrylic shelf boxes are a wonderful solution for showing off your stash. You’ll be able to see everything and have it easily accessible – you can move them around pretty easily!
Doesn’t this look beautiful?!
Open shelf – but from an antique shelf or cubbie. These are fun to pick up at yard sales.
If you don’t have space for shelves – this hanging fat quarters solution may help. I am not sure how much it could hold – definitely not my whole stash!
Hang our fabric and fat quarters using an office filing cabinet.
If you find some fun wire baskets – use them with rolled fat quarters or other sizes of fabric. Each basket could be for one color or a few if needed.
Moveable cubes would be a great solution if you have a little different layout in our sewing room and need some custom layout.
Use the comic board or plastic fat quarter wraps to keep your fabric need on your open shelves.
These storage containers comes with lids – making them easy to stack and store wherever you need or want.
Use the space behind the door and a hanging storage container for shoes for fabric. Keeping like colors together really help it look not so overwhelming.
More things to do and make with fat quarters
How to cut your fat quarter up
Fold your fat quarter into a tree (just for fun)