Wine Cork Spools {for twine and floss}
Clever way to store baker’s twine and similar flosses.

Wine Cork Spools {for twine and floss}

Clever way to store baker’s twine and similar flosses.

(Pretty Wire Ribbon Spools : Waldstrumpf)

There is no tutorial, and the blog is in German (I believe) But I do love these lace and ribbon spools made out of heavy gauge wire. I think I might even make some extra large ones out of coat hangers for my heavier upholstery trims.

(Pretty Wire Ribbon Spools : Waldstrumpf)

There is no tutorial, and the blog is in German (I believe) But I do love these lace and ribbon spools made out of heavy gauge wire. I think I might even make some extra large ones out of coat hangers for my heavier upholstery trims.

My New Studio Space!

You may have noticed that things have been quiet around here, and some have you may have noticed that before it got quiet I was posting mostly about sewing and craft room organization. There was a good reason for both of those things. We were moving into a new house, and in this house is a bigger studio than I have ever had. Ever. For serious ever. I wanted it to be brilliantly organized and equally brilliantly decorated. I think I accomplished both of those things. :)

Here are a couple photos from a blog post I did at Modern Wednesday about the new space. There is a lack of close up shots, but that is because I need a day with great light. But the post still has seven photos that I think are darling!

I am so excited to begin creating a fall line for Modern Wednesday goodness in this space. But first, I have to finish organizing every room but my kitchen and bathroom. Good thing I’m also known as The Storage Geek. ;)

Pretty Fabric Storage : muymolon
This is a cute way to store fabric. Easy an inxpensive too! Of course it wouldn’t work for serious yardage, but we all have half yards and fat quarter multiplying daily don’t we? OK, that’s just me? I’m OK with that. ;)

Pretty Fabric Storage : muymolon

This is a cute way to store fabric. Easy an inxpensive too! Of course it wouldn’t work for serious yardage, but we all have half yards and fat quarter multiplying daily don’t we? OK, that’s just me? I’m OK with that. ;)

From the Archives Friday
This photo was one of my very firsts posts. I was in love with the corset like recycled can covers.
The original post was made from a photo on Flickr, but thanks to Pinterest I have stumbled up photos of the above pictures at Imgur of her old studio and her new one as well. Click here to view all eleven photos.
storagegeek:

Second Shelf from the Top - North Wall (by Megan)
I have literally been dreaming about these in black & white.

From the Archives Friday

This photo was one of my very firsts posts. I was in love with the corset like recycled can covers.

The original post was made from a photo on Flickr, but thanks to Pinterest I have stumbled up photos of the above pictures at Imgur of her old studio and her new one as well. Click here to view all eleven photos.

storagegeek:

Second Shelf from the Top - North Wall (by Megan)

I have literally been dreaming about these in black & white.

(via essentialdiy)

This DIY thread spool holder make me happy for a couple reasons. One, is that it holds 128 spools AND the matching bobbins! Brilliant. Check out more pictures at The Creative Homemaker. 

This DIY thread spool holder make me happy for a couple reasons. One, is that it holds 128 spools AND the matching bobbins! Brilliant. Check out more pictures at The Creative Homemaker

Cut a ceiling tile down to size and insert into a box or suitcase for portable copic marker storage. Thanks to Scrap Shots, Snap Shots for the photo.

Cut a ceiling tile down to size and insert into a box or suitcase for portable copic marker storage. Thanks to Scrap Shots, Snap Shots for the photo.

Gorgeous lace and ribbon storage from toilet paper rolls. I wonder how many of these I can fit into the vintage suitcase I use to store my piles and tangles of lace and trim.
Photo source: Shabby Chic Inspired

Gorgeous lace and ribbon storage from toilet paper rolls. I wonder how many of these I can fit into the vintage suitcase I use to store my piles and tangles of lace and trim.

Photo source: Shabby Chic Inspired

I do think this may just be the most brilliant use of embroidery hoops ever. Check out Fishsticks Design for this free pattern and a host of other great tutorials!

I do think this may just be the most brilliant use of embroidery hoops ever. Check out Fishsticks Design for this free pattern and a host of other great tutorials!

I’ve seen it done with scrapbook (12x12) paper but never fabric. Using a filing cabinet for fabric is genius! If you love repurposing, organization and crafting (Which I know you do because why else would you be here?) you need to visit Karen @ Sew Many Ways. She is a Jedi and I am a mere padawan. 

I’ve seen it done with scrapbook (12x12) paper but never fabric. Using a filing cabinet for fabric is genius! If you love repurposing, organization and crafting (Which I know you do because why else would you be here?) you need to visit Karen @ Sew Many Ways. She is a Jedi and I am a mere padawan.