Craft Room Inspiration: Getting Organized

IMG_1631Chances are, you have probably amassed a lot of supplies if you’ve been spinning, weaving, knitting, hooking, or doing anything crafty for a few years. How do you keep it all organized? Do you have a dedicated craft corner, or perhaps even an entire room to house your supplies? Just how unwieldy is that fiber or yarn stash?

Keeping your fiber supplies organized and easily accessible can serve a number of purposes. It can keep them safe from children, pets, or unwanted pests who could cause damage (if stored properly). It can save you time later on, when you don’t have to spend hours searching for that special skein or specific tool that you need to start a new project. Plus, a well-organized craft room or nook just looks lovely!

We’ve collected some of our favorite ideas over on Pinterest to keep your craft supplies, work areas, and WIPs tidy and organized – not to mention, safe from harm! Below are a few of our favorites – click here to see more on Pinterest.

Yarn & Fiber Storage, keeping everything safe in plastic bins - via Must Stash Podcast.

Yarn & Fiber Storage, keeping everything safe in plastic bins – via Must Stash Podcast.

Drop Spindle Storage Idea (Via Ravelry)

Drop Spindle Storage Idea (Via Ravelry)

Mason Jar Storage for Knitting Needles - via Sew Liberated blog.

Mason Jar Storage for Knitting Needles – via Sew Liberated blog.

All About Moths - Via KnitDarling.com

All About Moths – Via KnitDarling.com

All the Best,

Wave, Perri & the entire Woolery team

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One response to “Craft Room Inspiration: Getting Organized

  1. Moths! I agree with Yarn Harlot. It should be spelled m***. A four-letter word. I use plastic bins with lids, lots of cedar and lavender. For backup, I have two cats – one lazy one who will attack things that are right in front of her, one who is crazy and known to jump up onto ledges and prowl about in the attic.

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