Were you one of the many folks who vowed that this was the year your craft space would stay organized, clean and you would no longer spend countless hours digging through your fabric stash just to find your missing measuring tape? Now that we’re well into February, how are you doing sticking to these resolutions? If you’re needing a quick pick me up to get back on the resolution track, Spoonflower team member Meredith is here to help. Follow along as she shows you how to create custom cubby covers to easily keep your craft supplies in check.
It’s the New Year and you’ve got big plans: Finish that quilt that has been hanging around for the past 2 years, organize the craft room (I’m looking at you, fabric stash), finally attempt the unthinkable…zippers. Whether your resolutions are inspired by your crafting hobbies or simply a kick-start to getting back on track, we’ve got you covered with five different resolution re-starters to prevent the mid-year slump!
We’ve all been there before…frantically searching for fabric shears under a mess of fabric scraps, pattern pieces and thread and uttering out the words, “Tomorrow I’m going to organize this entire craft room from head to toe if it’s the last thing I do!” Let this be the year of the clean craft room with the help of a pegboard supply wall!
Fall is on our minds here at Spoonflower HQ and the changing season is the perfect excuse to do a little organizing and cleaning. Our sewing spaces can always use a good purge and straightening up, and who doesn’t love something beautiful to help get the job done!? Our friend and neighbor Sara, creative author of Radiant Home Studio, visits the blog to share a simple sewing tutorial for creating a fabric wall organizer.
I love decorating my home with handmade accents. It makes my house feel more cozy and adds pops of color in unexpected places. Today, I’ll show you how to make this simple hanging wall organizer using 4 coordinating fabrics.
The pockets are designed to hold standard size file folders. You can use it in the kitchen to organize mail, the craft room to organize supplies, or the kids’ room to organize toys. It’s versatile enough to work anywhere in the house!