How do you store your work-in-progress sewing projects?

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  1. Chris Wells says:

    I have 2 gallon bags I bought and that is really handy to get the bulk of the project in. Then I store them in a dresser drawer so I can find them easy. What ever plan works for you is great. The 2 gallon size can hols almost a completed kings size top. Chris

  2. France Nadeau says:

    I also have many projects on the go. Like yourself, I cannot restrict myself to only one. 🙂 I also use ziploc bacs for the little pieces. The bigger pieces get stacked on a shelf.

  3. Barbara Marrin says:

    I’m a quilter, a home sewer, a crocheter and general ‘crafter’. I have two quilts in progress, a quilt wallhanging, three crochet projects and at least 7 ‘crafting’ projects currently waiting to be finished. I recently relocated my sewing room (after having 3 bedrooms painted) and HAD to downsize a few things, not much, but the ziplock bags of ‘in progress projects’ keep tumbling over in the corner looking messy. Because I have so much a bankers box won’t be large enough to house all of it, so I bought a large plastic storage box on Amazon and will borrow your ‘filing’ idea to keep them tidy.

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