I use a shoe organizer to store my stabilizers. Keeps them within easy reach. I never have to hunt through drawers again!
Have a Sew Wonderful day,
I love this idea. I've seen several ideas but think one would work in my room. Thanks for sharing
Hi Mary, thanks for the great tip. I see this is your first post, welcome to the club!
Thanks Mary. That means I won't have to hunt for my stabilizers anymore...lol
Angèle from NWO
Were did you get this organizer. I have only seen them with compartment for each pair individually. This is an awesome idea. I had thought if Paper towel holders but it would take so much wall space and so many of them! Also thought of wine bottle racks . Not enough counter space. Well, NO counter space!
Love this idea! I will be heading to the store today in search of the perfect shoe "stabilizer" holder. This would also work for all my Pellon, Wonder Under, and interfacing products. I might be on and organizational roll. LOL. This could be dangerous and take me away from my current UFO. Oh well, everything I have is a UFO. Hahaha!
aka Grandma Sunshine
What a great solution!!
A quilt will warm the heart.
I bought this at Walmart by the laundry baskets and tubs. Pretty cheap about $8 I think.
mary, this is a great idea
gini in north idaho
I saw the idea or similar on Pinterest I think.
I like this idea too, I could hang one in the wasted space behind the door, and free up some drawer space at the same time. I'm thinking the shoe holder with vertical pockets so I could put my EPP paper pieces in it too.
I found this item on Walmarts site
Mary, I did the xact same thing with my stabilizers and freezer paper roll and my pattern paper. I could swer you took a picture of the back of my sewing room door. LOL.
Sad to say, my sewing room is now longer my domain though. I had to move it out into the living room and dining room when I had to make room for my son's boyhood friend who had just left a bad relationship. So now, you might say that I have 2 sons living with me, and a BIG mess in my living areas.
There are at least 8 totes of fabric and my storage cabinets in my dining room along with my cutting table. And the table is full of unfinished projects. Oh my! Ginny