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« Reply #4590 on: October 10, 2019 06:11:34 PM »

How about wigs with black straight hair? You could make them with black yarn, and then put a gold crown type thing on them. Give them hooked staffs...
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« Reply #4591 on: October 14, 2019 08:15:44 AM »

We've chucked Huffie & Gryffie out at 1:30pm (they're away on a wee holiday with the grandparents until Friday) and now things are going into overdrive with getting the girls' new bedrooms sorted properly yet (they've been sleeping in them for a week but there are still boxes in their rooms that need to go into other rooms etc) and we need to get all the boxes back from storage! 🤪🙄

So I'm not sure how much crafting I will get done during half-term break. 

Anyway: I'm claiming the girls' ottoman (used to store their bed covers in there) - what would you store in there? Would wool be ok?

Or anything else?

How DO you organise your craft stash??

Might have a trip to IKEA soon... If you use storage from IKEA, what do you think is best for a crafter (multiple mediums)?
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« Reply #4592 on: October 14, 2019 08:58:17 AM »

 I have found that storage is as unique as the crafter. When you see it, you will know exactly what to use it for. I personally use a lot of those photo boxes from Michael's. I like that they can't hold too much to the point everything gets lost in it, and that I can pick up the box and move around the house with it. I store these on industrial metal racks in my craft room. All my fabrics are in clear plastic tubs. Unfortunately, those are huge and great fabrics get lost at the bottom. It is fun to rediscover them when I go through the tub though.  Tongue
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« Reply #4593 on: October 14, 2019 01:27:47 PM »

I have some IKEA units (Kallax, I think), but I also have a whole room to put them in. I've had the bad habit of just chucking things into the bins that fit in them- I have boxes with lids, plus some open ones- so this summer I worked on organizing them. I still have several left to sort out, but at least I know where things are in the ones I tackled.

I'm trying to come up with a better fabric storage system. Right now, I have some in plastic totes, and some in a very disorganized cabinet. The cabinet takes up more room that I'd like, so I may switch it out for another Kallax unit, and use smaller plastic totes. I did buy, some time ago, comic book cardboard to wrap the fabric around to make mini bolts, but I haven't done it yet...
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« Reply #4594 on: October 14, 2019 06:20:15 PM »

I have most of my stash in or on top of good old Ikea Billy cabinets with glass doors
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« Reply #4595 on: October 15, 2019 01:40:34 PM »

I have most of my stash in or on top of good old Ikea Billy cabinets with glass doors

That's what I was thinking of using if I get rid of the cabinet I currently have...
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