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I need help organizing my craft room

i need help organizing my craft room

22 Tips to Organize Your Craft Room - Everything Etsy

For pictures of other craft rooms, log on to www.sewing.org . They display a sewing area or room every month – pictures sent in by actual members, of how & where they work & how they organize their tons of stuff. I’m sure you’ll find many ideas that you can customize & use.

Wherever possible, I always like to store my books upright so that they are easily accessible, do not disturb the arrangement & are easy to replace. The titles are also visible clearly. You can use bookends on either side if required.

You could also try to group some books/pamphlets together & bind them or place them in binders or folders for ease. Try some accordion folders too.

Take a trip to a furniture &/or office-supply store – they have a range of storage options that might work for you. Or get them to build a customized one for yourself where there are plenty of drawers in sizes that you need.

Here’re some more ideas :
Try using your walls, if not doing so already. You could get wall units, shelves, etc. on the wall where you could store tons of stuff. You could have one built as per your requirements.

If you are not “using” your doilies, how about displaying them like a collage, on walls? You could buy a few boards & pin up the doilies aesthetically. Wouldn’t that be a unique way to both decorate your home And get some free space!

I, too, use transparent plastic containers for my various threads, yarns, etc. [although I don’t have as much as you do ;-)] – these are easy to see, easy to store [one on top of the other], and look very neat & organized.
You could use cardboard cartons – but paint or decorate them so that they look a bit ornamental instead of drab.
Before ‘throwing out’ cartons, tubes, any sort of containers, etc. that come with other buys [groceries, shoes, suits, whatever…], I always try to think of whether I can use it for storage of for compartmentalization. Eg. I use Pringles’ cylinders to keep my zip-lock pouches – very handy!
You could use zip-lock pouches too for storage & segregation.

All the very best


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  1. Kerodonev

    Help me clean my room!

  2. Noxotegiqetug

    A dark, quite room with generous use of benzos will help your stimulant/hallucinogen intoxicated pts the most.

  3. Hejuronapuk

    Finn is literally in the living room and I miss him, help how do I stop being a clingy piece of crap

  4. Cegoworoyod

    The heat is going to kill me It doesn"t help that my school NEVER puts on the AC so every room feels like an oven

  5. Mudufaluke

    Drowning in clothes and fitting room carts. Help.

  6. Yigukuxawenif

    Who trynna help me pack my room up

  7. Rijopacop

    Hi guys, I just moved to a new apt, the room where I will be having the tv doesn"t have a coax outlet : ( any help with that?

  8. Beyorarowe

    Nah. I really don"t watch over the hotel that much. I could ask some of the help to clean the room up for you a bit.

  9. Muqapedinetu

    Think how you are able to help people in the room

  10. Yohaleweriw

    The space where your tenants wash dirty clothes shouldn"t be dirty and out of order. can help you design a great room

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