In this post, I’m sharing different Sewing Room Organization Ideas. Learn to organize sewing supplies with these cheap sewing room organization ideas. These sewing room storage ideas are perfect for all kinds of sewing room organization and storage of products.
Lack of organization can kill.
Yes, it kills, if you ask me.
It kills my mood and it kills my creativity. Although at times I really don’t feel like cleaning up the mess, I do eventually end up cleaning it because it bugs me… A LOT, especially because I sleep, eat, pray, lounge and sew in one room.
I do all my sewing in a small corner of the dorm room which demands the place to stay well organized all the time. I know, you all are sewists like me and at some point, you go through the challenge of keeping the room organized every once in a while because keeping everything organized in a sewing room is such a DIFFICULT TASK; especially, if the area is small. You need to come up with some really creative sewing organization ideas to store all the different sized items ranging from small buttons and snaps to big scissors and cutting rules. The list is just endless. Therefore, in this post, I’m sharing a list of some cheap sewing room organization and storage products that would be perfect to use in a sewing room to keep things organized. These ideas are great for organizing sewing supplies.
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6 SUPER Cheap Sewing Room Organization Ideas
First, let’s take care of the small stuff. I think, for storing buttons, snaps, pins etc. this 12 pieces jar set would be a perfect thing. Plus, this set would look perfect on the shelf with all the colorful lids. CLICK HERE to check it out on Amazon.
2. Spool Organizers
A perfect place to store thread is this plastic spool organizer. Currently, my thread collection fits in one plastic box but I guess with time I would be needing several of these spool organizers. CLICK HERE to check it out on Amazon.
Another cool idea is to use this thread tray. However, I don’t think it would be a very good ideas to keep this thread out in the open in place where it can get covered with dust. The best thing would be to keep it inside a cabinet. CLICK HERE to check it out on Amazon!
Organize your bobbins using this handy bobbin organizer. I’m just in love with this bobbin organizer. I use something similar for storing my bag hardware but I would love to have one of these boxes. Right now I just use a small transparent vinyl pouch. If you want one, you can ORDER IT HERE.
A cool way to organize the fabric or project that you are working in is using this rack.
I SO want this rack! What a perfect way to hang fabrics that you are planning to use in future projects.
CLICK HERE to get one for yourself from Amazon!
And finally, I think this hanger would be perfect for organizing zippers. If you want this for your room, CLICK HERE to get it now!
Andddddddd….. on a personal note, here’s my mini collection of sewing supplies. Like I said earlier, I sew in a corner of my dorm room, so I don’t have a lot of stuff. Mostly, everything fits in the long rectangular pink box which I have been using since the time I started college. I later bought the box with compartments to keep craft supplies (that explains all the glitter) but now I use it to store my bag making supplies. All the bobbins go in the clear vinyl pouch.
Okay, so that’s the end of the list of supplies for Sewing Room Organization Ideas. Each of these sewing supply organizers are quite affordable and you would consider them a HUGE blessing once you see your sewing space perfectly organized. But, if you want more options you can check out these recommended products.
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Jaclyn Bree says
Great tips! Another idea instead of having to store your little jars of this-and-that ON a shelf, take a leaf out of the men’s garage book and screw the lids to the underside of a shelf. This way, the jars are hanging from the bottom of a shelf (leaving it open to hold something else) and when you need something, rather than unscrewing the lid from the jar you unscrew the jar from the lid. Great for space-saving!
I can appreciate having to sew in a small space, but really! A corner of a dorm room?? Kudos to you! What a trooper 🙂
Instead of getting a bobbin organizer, why not just get a pill organizer.
I like your suggestions. My problem is the price for items you must purchase. Somehow I have accumulated many plastic hangars. I also have a closet in my sewing room. Sppppppppppppp I hang my fabric. It also prevents clip arks for attaching the material to another hanging item such as those for slacks.
I bought these from Harbor Freight to store my bobbins. https://www.harborfreight.com/18-divider-storage-container-94456.html You can get 3 in each space so I have stored mine by colors. My threads are also stored by colors in cheap containers from The Dollar Tree.
I have a walk in closet and an entire living room for my sewing room. I have some great storage, some of which I’ve gotten from you but I really need more, as I also crochet and other crafts, sometimes it’s overwhelming. I like the idea of the bookshelf. Perhaps I’ll try it.
Glenys Austin says
Some items I’m interested in but it doesnt tell me were I can buy them or how much. I don’t want to join everything that’s been pinned. Yours Glenys A.
I’m so sorry, I’ve updated the article with proper links. Thanks!
You are young and creative and sharing. What a great combo. I read the complaining comments and I hope you jus let it roll off your back. Your reply’s were very nice. Kudos to you. Just remember there is always negative people. Ignore them and stick with the positive one. Your ideas are very good and you are happy. That’s all that really counts. Have a great day and keep sharing and creating??