I love plastic bins- I am always looking at every dollar store and housewares section for perfect plastic. My family rolls their eyes when I keep seeking out better plastic, the perfect solution, the elusive perfection. I keep all my batiks separate from my regular fabric. I use every scrap. So, I will post a number of things I do now in hopes that you will do even better and tell me.
My batik fabric is all folded in plastic shoeboxes or something like it. By color. These are all on one shelving unit. I will talk about scraps later.
|The whole unit, other one next time|
|Shelving unit top|
|Individual batik boxes on the shelves, easily removed, put back|
|Shelving unit bottom, I know, it needs to be better organized|
|Bottom two shelves have flat baskets at right hand side, one regular, one batik|
|Baskets by colors, then stack inside each other. Batik works same way.|
Projects that are in progress (lots of them), I put in plastic zip bags that I got from Quilt in a Day and keep them upright in a plastic bin. Everything I need for that project is in the bag, gets put back in the bag.
|Plastic bags stacked in plastic bins, baskets. I do a lot of projects at a time.|
|Have 2 of these side by side|