Plastic boxes are most versatile and also the cheapest solution when it comes to fabric organization. They are available in different sizes which makes them perfect for any size of sewing room. This Art Bin plastic box is a great place to start organizing your fabrics using plastic storage boxes.
Check out how this awesome blogger used plastic boxes to organize sewing fabrics based on their sizes.
Pant trolleys are normally used in walk-in closets but no one said you can’t use them for fabric storage too! They are perfect to store fabrics without having to fold them thus preventing crease plus they’re way more affordable compared to file cabinets. For instance, check out this one which is less than $50.
Or you can also get an over the door hanger for less than $20 which makes it one of the most perfect Fabric Storage Ideas for Sewing Rooms.
This is another great idea for inexpensive fabric storage which will also prevent your fabric from getting crease.
Here are some great examples of how other sewists are using hangers to organize their fabric stash.
7. Fabric Bins
This is probably by far the CHEAPEST solution to store your fabrics. To make it even more affordable you can always get a free fabric bin pattern and sew gazillion fabric storage bins. But, if you’re running short of time, you can always purchase one of these affordable fabric bins from Amazon.
Here are some ideas on using fabric bins for storing fabrics.
With that, we have reached the end of the post where I shared 19+ + AMAZING Fabric Storage Ideas for Sewing Rooms. Hope you found these Fabric Storage Ideas for Sewing Rooms inspiring to get you started with your fabric organization.
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