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Whether you cut specific sizes from every fabric or cut yardages with a particular quilt project in mind, sorting by dimension is a storage option. Use clear-plastic storage boxes to hold fabrics of the same size and label the boxes for true efficiency.

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Sort your precut fabrics in clear-plastic storage boxes so you can always find the right size you need. These boxes stack easier so you can hide them under a bed or in a closet. Label the boxes for true efficiency.

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How to store fabric- 1. Use skirt hangers to hang your fabric. 2. fold fabric uniformly and place in bookshelf (http://turningturning.com/tutorial-folding-fabric/) 3. Use cardboard to make “mini-bolts”. 4. Store fabric in a file cabinet. 5. Use drawers to sort fabric by color. 6. Hang fabric on a pants hanger. 7. Organized sewing room! 8. Fold fabric in clear plastic drawers. 9. Store cut fabric in labeled containers.