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stetlerarts posted on Fri, Nov 15 2013 6:39 PM

Oh my word! I have started re-organizing my studio. First I did my fine art supplies, then mixed media supplies. Now, I am on my fabric stash, UFO kits, Christmas projects that I bought last year, bits and pieces of batting which filled a tote. And yards of fabric. I have a clear plastic shoe rack on the back of my door filled with scraps and fat quarters all by color  groups. What do you do with all those bigger sizes of fabric that is not a scrap, not a FQ, or a yardage?

Thanks, Sarah

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It feels good to really clean up the shop, doesn't it?!

I have no hard and fast rules on those bigger scraps.  Some end up folded small and stored with the fat quarters in drawers.  Some end up in the yardage stacks on shelves.  When I need a particular color, I generally check both locations.

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