Every project I sew no matter how big or small always has little scraps that end up in pile on one corner of my cutting table. And each sewing project I complete grows this pile into a little mountain of color. Once it starts to interfere with my work space I move the mound into a big storage bin never to be seen again.
Here are some great storage solutions that keep your scraps organized and in plain view for endless inspiration.
(Directions to construct the fabric bucket & the embroidery designs can be found here.)
Great idea to fold scraps and display them in an apothecary jar. Check it out at Prudent Baby.
Large glass jars of fabric scraps by your sewing machine can help inspire new projects. Check out the studio tour at A Happy Nest.
Great way to organize these beautiful fabric scraps and save self space in your sewing room.
Love this simple vintage wire basket for fabric scraps storage.
Fill up a wonderful vintage suitcase with scraps or fat quarters.
Store scraps in a lovely vintage enamelware casserole dish.
Organize scraps in these cute drawstring bags and hang them on the wall for display. Blogged here.