I think I'm going to organize my fabric scraps this way, like I do with ribbon scraps. Digging through my current set-up is a pain!

organize fabric scraps with all the leftover mason jars i have. Not that I have fabric, but i like the idea

great tutorial on organizing and building an organized scrap fabric library for all of those somedayscrappy quilt projects that we all want to make . . . Bee In My Bonnet  The three sizes that I use the most and keep in these small baskets are 1 1/2" strips and squares... 2 1/2" strips and squares...  And 3 1/2" strips and squares. (I also keep 5", 7" and 10" squares)

great tutorial on organizing scrap fabric: Bee In My Bonnet : The three sizes that I use the most and keep in these small baskets are 1 strips and squares. 2 strips and squares. And 3 strips and squares. (I also keep and squares)

Bee In My Bonnet: From my Quilty Studio...How I Save My Fabric Scraps...and All About Bonus Quilts (Leaders and Enders)!!!

A brilliant way of saving scraps from Bee In My Bonnet: From my Quilty Studio.How I Save My Fabric Scraps.and All About Bonus Quilts (Leaders and Enders)!

How to fold scrap fabric into equal sizes and make mini fabric bolts » Baby Making Machine

I need this to help me create a neat and organized fabric stash in my new sewing room. How to fold scrap fabric into equal sizes and make mini fabric bolts

Lastly and most importantly, my color sorted scraps!  I would be nothing if it weren't for my scraps!  Seriously.  I use these for EVERYTHING, and so do my boys!  There is no scrap too big or too small for cards, tags, flowers, punching circles or covering a jar... truly, the possibilities for scraps are endless!!!

Scrap paper storage with magazine holders. and I'm going to use cereal boxes instead of magazine holders.

not a quilt, but brilliant organization tip for scraps...over door shoe storage.

Stash Interview Highlights

Fabric scrap storage (for quilting and applique') Over the door shoe organizer just one idea. I need to do something other than shove them in ziplocs in a trunk.

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