A Fabric-licious Post.

I got the organizing bug today, and folded all my fabrics to make them fit on my shelves.  Previously, there had been a bunch of fabrics on the shelves, and a big pile of fabrics on the floor in front of the shelves that didn’t fit in.  It was fun to touch all the fabrics and remind myself of the beautiful things I plan to make out of them.  I really don’t have that much fabric here, no matter what Hubby says about it.

 The top shelf is quilting cottons, next shelf is apparel wovens (the basket has ribbing in it) and the last shelf is knits.  The big basket on the bottom has a bunch of stuff the was too small/odd cut to be ruler folded.  There’s some good stuff in there, though…japanese wovens, etc.

Notice that you can’t see the top of the shelving unit in the picture.  Yeah, that’s by design, since my organizing bug hasn’t quite reached there yet.  And some of the previous tenants on the shelves are now scattered over the ironing board.  But the shelves look nice!


4 Responses to “A Fabric-licious Post.”

  1. 1 alittlemoore February 1, 2008 at 10:07 pm

    Good thing I didn’t have to do the triple dog dare :winkwink:

  2. 2 sewstylish February 2, 2008 at 8:13 am

    Looks great. Now hopefully you can find things quicker which will leave more time for sewing.hehe.

  3. 3 Kelli February 12, 2008 at 5:33 am

    It looks beautiful! And tell your dh, that’s NOT a lot of fabric!

  4. 4 Deb February 20, 2008 at 1:48 pm

    Looks great! And tell yer hubby that is NOT alot of fabric! Show him my blog from about a week ago where I have 2 entire shelves of quilt fabric…another for notions, another for wool, another for linen…and there’s the totes of polar fleece and flannels…. um, well, never mind.

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