Scrapbusting Fabric Organizer


Scrapbusting Fabric Organizer

Scrapbusting Fabric Organizer
Scrapbusting Fabric Organizer

You've got to keep your fabric scraps somewhere. Why not use your scraps to organize your scraps? The Scrapbusting Fabric Organizer is an awesome way to use up spare fabric and keep your sewing room organized. This DIY storage idea is so simple and quick to put together.

Keep your craft supplies organized and tidy with these handy little baskets. This project is perfect for beginners who are just beginning to build up a scrap fabric pile. Keep ahead of the curve by organizing that ever-growing pile before it gets out of control.


Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This is an interesting fabric organizer to make. People who sew seem to always have scraps and this is a good way to utilize them. I like fabric baskets like this because they are decorative and keep things from looking sloppy, The instructions are easy to follow. Thank you,

A fabric organizer such as this one is surprisingly useful. Having made a few in various sizes for gift giving, I find they are always appreciated. Great for corralling odds and ends around the sewing machine, in the hallway to collect keys, or as a makeup keeper. They are particularly festive when made out of seasonal fabrics.

The Scrap busting Fabric Organizer is such a great way to attack that pile or piles of scraps I have in my sewing room. They will help to organize so many areas of my sewing room as well as other areas of my home. I am thinking of making some of these to also use in my dresser to organize delicate nylons. Come to think about it there are so many places I could use these scrap made baskets.


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