- store your newest fabric treasures in the attic
- tuck your purchases into a box labeled "Christmas ornaments" or "baby clothes"
- stash stripes, prints, and solids in the freezer, wrapped in butcher paper and labeled "meat loaf"
- go fabric hunting with a friend, trade shopping bags before you go home, and then proclaim, "This fabric isn't mine--I'm just holding for a friend"
- the trunk of a car keeps fabrics safely stored away from direct sunlight and prying eyes
- a wire coat hanger will usually support up to 2 yards of fabric, with a dress or blouse covering it
- you can hide your fabrics in plain sight -- on an open shelf, neatly folde
One of our members shares this list of tips that she found in one of the books in her sewing library:
*Clever Fabric Hideaways*
Many quiltmakers share this dilemma: Where do you hide fabric from anyone who doesn't understand why you need it all? Creative storage saves the day!
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