featheredneststudio:

What a cool project from “Stitch” magazine! Looks beautiful AND helps you stay organized? Wow! Click the photo for the free project.

featheredneststudio:

What a cool project from “Stitch” magazine! Looks beautiful AND helps you stay organized? Wow! Click the photo for the free project.


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truebluemeandyou:

More stuff to do with Sharpies. Illustrated plastic bags. From babalisme here.

truebluemeandyou:

More stuff to do with Sharpies. Illustrated plastic bags. From babalisme here.

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final (by cafe noHut)

final (by cafe noHut)

Buttons in glass jars (by SimplySirah)

Buttons in glass jars (by SimplySirah)

hikergirl:

Click through to see the step by step instructions.  I would like to try this as I have lots of old jeans.
By Betz White
Repurposing with denim is a natural. Who doesn’t have an extra pair of jeans lying around that are outgrown, out of fashion or worn out in some way? Put that denim to good use by making up a few Denim Do-it-All Bins. They’re great for organizing your yarn stash, magazines, or craft supplies.
Materials (for large bin)
One pair of jeans, any adult size or large kid size 
1/2 yd lining fabric - lightweight cottons*, or mid-weight twill, canvas, etc. 
1/2 yd interfacing, *needed for lighter-weight lining fabrics only 
1/2 yd quilt batting 
1 yd rickrack, ball fringe or other trimming 
Heavy-duty sewing machine needle for denim 
Fabric marking tool 
Ruler 
Fabric shears 
Iron 
Finished Measurements: Feel free to change the dimensions to suit your needs!
Large: 10” tall, 10” diameter 
Medium: 9” tall, 8” diameter 
Small: 8” tall, 6” diameter 
Note: Directions are written for the large bin, with medium and small measurements in parentheses.

(via Denim Do-it-All Bins @Craftzine.com blog)

hikergirl:

Click through to see the step by step instructions. I would like to try this as I have lots of old jeans.

By Betz White

Repurposing with denim is a natural. Who doesn’t have an extra pair of jeans lying around that are outgrown, out of fashion or worn out in some way? Put that denim to good use by making up a few Denim Do-it-All Bins. They’re great for organizing your yarn stash, magazines, or craft supplies.

Materials (for large bin)

  • One pair of jeans, any adult size or large kid size
  • 1/2 yd lining fabric - lightweight cottons*, or mid-weight twill, canvas, etc.
  • 1/2 yd interfacing, *needed for lighter-weight lining fabrics only
  • 1/2 yd quilt batting
  • 1 yd rickrack, ball fringe or other trimming
  • Heavy-duty sewing machine needle for denim
  • Fabric marking tool
  • Ruler
  • Fabric shears
  • Iron

Finished Measurements: Feel free to change the dimensions to suit your needs!

  • Large: 10” tall, 10” diameter
  • Medium: 9” tall, 8” diameter
  • Small: 8” tall, 6” diameter

Note: Directions are written for the large bin, with medium and small measurements in parentheses.

(via Denim Do-it-All Bins @Craftzine.com blog)

ilovemyapartment:

Framed Accessory Hanger
Tutorial here!

ilovemyapartment:

Framed Accessory Hanger

Tutorial here!

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thedaintysquid:

 (by Ingrid Jansen)
Clutter Control: Stash Baskets crochet pattern.

An entire blog dedicated to craft storage! Tons of great photos and inspiration, definitely worth checking out.

UK-based online retailer specializing in craft storage products. Looks to have a great selection, would love to hear whether any UK crafters have shopped with them and what they think.