Five Upcycled Fabric Storage Solutions

fabric scraps stored in a glass jar from Prudent BabyDo you love a certain piece of fabric so much that you want to use up every single scrap? You can show off even the tiniest leftover scraps of your most beloved fabric using this quick tip from Prudent Babyfabric scraps folded neatly and layered in a vintage glass jar.

Wouldn’t it be cute to do this with the extra fabric that you used to make nursery bedding, stored up on a high shelf in the nursery itself? That leaves room for more fabric in the sewing studio!

[Image by Prudent Baby, used with attribution]

2 thoughts on “Five Upcycled Fabric Storage Solutions”

  1. I love that work “upcycled”. I think I like the
    wine rack one best. I’ve actually seen people use wine racks for closet storage
    in small rooms too. They just roll jeans up and pop them in. I do think that
    vintage glass jar looks great too though, even if you never used the fabric
    scraps – it just looks so pretty as it is.

    1. I bet jeans WOULD work well in a wine rack, or my husband’s work slacks, which he generally just balls up and stuffs back in his closet after they’ve been washed and dried, and then he pretends not to notice how wrinkled they are when he wears them again. Can he REALLY not see those wrinkles?

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