For years I have wanted custom shelving to store my quilting fabrics and supplies. I never could get them since we moved alot due to my husband being in the military
A bit over q year ago, we purchased our first house and my dream of custom shelves became a reality. First, we removed the carpet in the study and replaced it with that matched the rest of the house. This took a while since the tile was on backorder due to the pandemic starting up. Once the tile was completed, it was time to plan the shelves. Luckily, my awesome father-in-law does this for a living. We ordered the pieces for the shelves and once they finally came in, they were put together and installed over several weekends.
COVID made it where it took awhile for it to come to fruition, but finally, the shelves were completed.
A lot is going on here. The blue totes on the very top are completed quilts organized by theme. The clear plastic totes are larger projects that have been started. The black boxes are smaller projects/more recent projects that have been started. Above the boxes is some yardage.
This section is for my paper crafts and my massive amounts of cardstock.
These 8 totes each hold multiple ziploc bags of projects waiting to start. I may or may not have a problem. At least I have enough fabric for a while!
These drawers hold various items. They hold my precuts, my pens and markers for paper crafts, etc.
This is most of my yardage. There is no rhyme or reason to the order right now, I was just getting it put our and have not organized it yet.
These are my smaller projects. Eventually I will make some better labels for the boxes to stick in the slots, but for now the sticky strip works.
This is the rest of my yardage including my large bolts of Bella solids.
Lastly, these totes are my quilt tops awaiting to be quilted. Like I said. I have a problem. At least I won’t run out of something to work on.